Category Archive: Worship

Boston

teedbits: [Jinsol] grabs her DSLR and ushers Jeary into a spot in front of her; she takes several photos of him with the Charles river as a beautiful backdrop, reassuring him that no… Continue reading

Darling

Sadness and peace. — I wake up not tired but as I peer silently at my phone in the dark, attempting to get through my bible plan, I find myself dozing off. An… Continue reading

18

tiny teedbits in order to decompress and do something other than calculating depreciation for the day: [0] I remember shaking my head at God and telling Him this season of depressive fog and… Continue reading

P2

I really can’t tell why I haven’t been able to fall asleep the past few days – could be a combination of the heat, caffeine, work related stress, and undulating happiness (and maybe… Continue reading

B2

Teedbits because I’m a tad bit caffeinated and quite a bit drunk on the excitement and anticipation of the following days to come and I’ve been meaning to post for a while but I just… Continue reading

12.15.2016

teedbit accompanying this random vlog on my blog spontaneously birthed out of my desire to be cool and hip (and because artistic pursuits distract me from the relentless assault of other troublesome things like jetlag;) [familiar]… Continue reading

礼物

Presents are made for the pleasure of who gives them, not for the merits of who receives them.” [The Shadow of the Wind | Carlos Ruiz Zafon] — Good book. A lot of strange stuff… Continue reading

Vie

Many things to say; not enough time before my designated bedtime to say it. — [peculiar] feeling of something stuck uncomfortably in the area between my throat and chest (perhaps because pursuant to… Continue reading

K

Still profoundly confused as to what exactly God is doing in my life but today was a stellar day so I might as well give praise.  — teedbits detailing a tiring, sunny, spring… Continue reading

Untitled

I will draw my strength from the Lord. — The first day of classes are over and I am exhausted. I don’t mind too much; already I’ve settled into that familiar routine of… Continue reading