Sometimes you just need to start being honest with yourself. This post is less about me giving you an answer, and more just about letting you know that if you feel the way I do, you are not alone.Click here to read more!
Last month, I revealed the big news that I was moving to Iowa. I accepted a new position as the Student Ministry Director for Westwind Church and promised that once a month, at the least, I would update my friends and family and anyone else who wants to tag along this journey with me.
I’ve never actually roasted chestnuts on an open fire, but Jack Frost has been nipping at my nose because it has been cold down here in Georgia, (we recently received just over a foot of snow!) Winter in Georgia isn’t that exciting but I absolutely love winter during the holidays, (until Christmas has passed then I do not like it anymore.) Christmas is such a joyful time of year, it’s when all the holiday cheer comes out, when red and green is everywhere and the magic of Christmas is all around. But as much as I love Christmas, I also low key hate Christmas. Maybe I am the only one but while there is so much cheer and celebration, for some reason there is also this deep sense of loneliness during big holidays, like Christmas.