a nomadic spirit.

these days, you can find me galavanting across the globe. 
{which, if you ask me, is a good reason to neglect this blog.}

i never thought i'd be so blessed to be doing what i'm doing, but i'm learning that God writes better stories than we ever could, and when we trust Him, he'll take us on the greatest adventures of our lives!

i'm currently in Kenya (for a second month, because Uganda just couldn't handle us---or was a bit Ebola-ridden) and it's crazy to think i'll be home in about 3 1/2 short months, after reaching 13 countries, 4 continents, and meeting beautiful people everywhere in between.

it'll be hard to leave all of the madness behind, and step back into the familiar, which is actually so unfamiliar and unknown now. i hope to land exactly where i'm supposed to, with two feet on the ground, learning how to breathe again and just be. 

i've been learning to let go, and in that, learned about all the fullness we can gain when we stop striving and know that we can't cultivate, manipulate, manufacture, or wish things into being. 

if they're meant to be, they will be. 
i love that. 

& one of the greatest things i've learned is to love and let myself be loved in return. 
{which is not as easy as you may think.}

God's promises are true. and Jesus is alive. 
"so...tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" 

the Nations--OR BUST!

p.s.-if you want to follow my nomadic adventures around the world, you can find them here.

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