Two questions for you

I am currently about to be studying microbiology, economics, and computer programming. So, I thought I would provide some thought provoking questions for you to ponder. I especially tend to think about the first question, because fear can play a large role in my life. I am working on changing that, little by little 🙂


Here are the questions:

1. What would you do if you had no fear?

[If I had no fear If I had no fear, I would travel more. I am so afraid of flying.]

2. How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are?

[If I didn’t know how old I was I think I would still be my age–19. I feel like I still have a lot of growing and learning to do in my life!]


Have a great day!


Eats and an oldish workout

Hey there. I feel like, besides Thanksgiving, I haven’t posted any delicious eats in a while. That needs to change. Now!

White bean chicken chili (The recipe is on my recipe page!) This is one of my big brother’s favorite soups. He likes to put an insane amount of red pepper flakes and ground red pepper in it. Then his sinuses drain. Very interesting.

Everything bagel + cream cheese. Great for the breath 😉

*Now that I look through my pictures, I though I had more photos of food, but I don’t… so that is all I have!*


I do have other pictures to share though:

Lily sleeping on my bed on Thanksgiving. She looked so peaceful!

Jimmy and I on Thanksgiving, I love him <3333

Lovely notes in microbiology. I was learning about malaria!


My sister was away with my parents in NY for five days and on Sunday I didn’t have anything to wear to church. So I borrowed one of Hannah’s dresses. What is funny is that she wore the dress last week at church and no one noticed that I re-wore it 😉 #winning. 

Now that I look at it.. the dress is kind of short on me :/. I’ll just have to look through her closet for other ones next time, muhahah! 


Yesterday I did an old-ish workout. I have been doing a lot of the same workouts lately (running & swimming & some lifting) and I’m getting a little bored. So I decided to whip out an oldie but goodie: P90x! I did a lot of P90x after I “retired” from competitive swimming in March. It has helped tremendously with the amount of pull ups I can do!

As I am writing this blog post, it is still Monday night (the same day I did p90x), so I’ll let you know how sore I am next time I post :p. I’ve also been to a few spinning classes lately to switch things up!


Well, I should probably get back to studying. Or eating pumpkin pie. Or both. In bed. With my heating blanket on.


Have a great day!