Written in the airport waiting to board my plane to Quito, Ecuador on October 23, 2012 I promised a blog update, but unfortunately yesterday with making my last trip to Walmart, running to see people for the last time in a long time and packing and cleaning my room, there just wasn’t any time. Last … Continue reading Airtime Reflections
It’s taken me by surprise how fast the world is changing around me. When I wrote that first sentence I only had one meaning in mind. What I initially meant is that only two or three weeks ago the tree outside my bedroom window was a vibrant green, but has swiftly changed into a golden … Continue reading Autumn Is with Us
In this post you will find a brief update of how I’m doing personally, and then after the pictures, the BIG BREAK DOWN. If you could be anything you wanted, without any kind of restrictions, I mean, nothing could hold you back to being this, what would you be? I’ll warn you that I’m … Continue reading Breakin It Down
People are always talking about how dangerous it is to type on a keyboard for long periods of time, but I’m telling you what, I spent the whole day writing out cards and my hand is killing me. I had to get out my mother’s microwaveable rice-bag and put my hand on it three times … Continue reading Keep Praying
These things have been my little assistants today. My coffee, burrito, and my mom’s cellphone. Hehe. Yea, it’s pink. I am resistant to bring it out and hold it to my ear to make phone calls in public. I’ve been working hard these past few days. I just want to praise the Lord for a … Continue reading Failing Feeling
You are reading Wherever is Trevor. I didn’t realize how true to the point this name was until just now as I’m thinking about what to write for todays post. This blog I hope to have around for more than just two years, and I think it will for it’s purpose. Wherever is Trevor shouldn’t … Continue reading Home-hum.
I’m driving around Ohio today. In the back seat of my parent’s car, reliving the my childhood of driving down toTuscawarus County for the annual Miskimen family reunion. It’s really weird to drive around central Ohio and see these nicely paved roads and drive in a car that has an accurate alignment. I see around … Continue reading The Next Chapter!