I know, I’ve skipped “Friday Favs” two weeks in a row and I’ve done quite a few chatty posts that have just been pointless dribble. I apologize in advance because that’s basically what this is going to be. Lately, I have just felt compelled to talk a lot and tell y’all more about myself because I am mostly doing reviews and to an extent I don’t want to talk about myself a ton, but at the same time I want to make my blog a homey place where I can retreat to, as well as a welcoming corner of the internet for my readers.

So here I am sitting in Starbucks trying to think of what to talk to you about.

Well I guess I’ll start with what I’m drinking. Fall is here and I have a slight obsession with fall. Ah it’s so beautiful and I really really really like anything that has to do with this gorgeous season. Except Halloween. It’s too scary for me. Quick story. When I was 14 I was on door duty and some kid, he looked like he was eight, came to the door with a bloody face mask on and I opened the door, looked at him, got scared, and promptly shut it on his face. HAHAHAHAHA. My Dad started laughing and then gave the kid candy. It was terrifying, so Halloween is out but I love everything else about fall.

OKAY BACK TO MY DRINK. My go-to fall/winter drink is White Chocolate Salted Carmel Mocha from Starbucks, forget the PSL, this is where it’s at.

IMG_0236In my last post I talked about how I am pretty nervous about my speech class and to a degree  I still am but communications is something that really interests me and so it’s somewhat essential to get good at it, ya know what I’m sayin’? I have been reading this book called Do Hard Things by Alex and Brett Harris, you can buy it here. And a day after my class I started the chapter about doing five hard things and guess what the first hard thing was?? Just take a wild guess.

It was getting out of your comfort zone and the first example was, can you guess? PUBLIC SPEAKING.

IMG_0242In church today we had a guest pastor speak and it was. SO GOOD. Don’t you just love those sermons when they apply to you in so many ways? Anyways, I kept thinking “How is he so comfortable up there talking to hundreds of people?” and then I thought “I want to be able to speak like that.”

Also, my week was so, just, ugh. And this weekend was so amazing and I’m so excited about this coming week. This past week was hard but I feel so encouraged and restored and ready for anything hahaha.

I think that concludes this post. Thank you so much for taking the time to read and be apart of my life. I really appreciate all the views, visitors, comments, and likes.


DeLaney Joy

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