2 Corinthians 5:15, Deuteronomy 6:4-9
I think that social media is a place where we only put the best parts of ourselves, and only see the best parts of others. This often leads to unhealthy comparison that can be really detrimental to someone’s self-esteem, mental health, connection with others, sense of loneliness, etc. In light of this... this picture of me being productive doesn’t show yesterday where I spent essentially the entire day in bed for reasons I don’t yet know how to name. So if you’re on social media and feel like you’re the only one who has bad days or even bad weeks... you’re not alone. I can only speak for myself, but I think that this experience is way more common than I’m often inclined to believe. —and yes, that is a spam email on my screen.
Great way to spend a weekend before classes officially start.
It was a long, beautiful trip out west. Glad for a dad that would take the trip with me, and glad to be starting a new season of life.
I find this picture hauntingly beautiful. Surrounded by a few of my closest friends in a place that I love, and Jesus with and above us. How symbolic of my last four years. Couldn’t of asked for a better send off.
The Spirit cast us into the wilderness and we returned strengthened, renewed, re-oriented, and more together than when we had started. Thankful for good friends and a compassionate, reconciling God. #walkabout #yearfour
Glacial lakes and fishing dates.
We’re probably laughing because I did something weird. Besides that... glad I got to enjoy a beautiful wedding for a beautiful couple this weekend.
2018 Frog Island Open Doubles Champs 💪🏻🎾
Thankful for time with the fam before I journey out west.
London to Paris to Lisbon. Keep it a secret, but Lisbon was my favorite.
Thankful to God for a wonderful, formative four years with wonderful people.
For all those transitioning to a new phase of life.
Took a cool picture today and decided to keep it here for the time being.
Step 72 to a fun life: play lawn games with kids.
Officially done with college tennis... couldn’t of asked for a better team to play with my senior year.
Last home match of my college career. Super thankful for my tennis family!
A cool picture from that time we hung out with Mennonites, ate two thanksgiving meals, and shingled a roof.
Freshman to senior year