Now, that is a title. If you’ve found yourself on this blog post, you might have a few questions, like: You’re going to Guatemala??? For why???? When?? Is this title just click bait that’s secretly misleading, with Tori asking for my money as “support”??? All of these questions will be answered, you just have to […]Read More I’m Going to Guatemala, and No, I Don’t Want Your Money
More than often, I wonder how the heck I’m still surviving. As the years have passed, I’ve obviously changed- I’ve learned a few things, been hurt, found great friends, fallen in love with Jesus, and so on. But, something that just has not changed about me is my weird, dangerous, kind of foolish way of […]Read More I Never Say “No”
This past week I went home to Houston, and found a random letter waiting for me on my dresser. The return address was one I didn’t recognize, and I was confused until I opened the envelop and saw the terrible handwriting that could only be my own. It was a letter that I had written […]Read More An Open Letter to My 18-Year-Old Self
Hi friends, Hope everyone’s enjoying their Tuesday! I’m hungry, and I think I’m going to go eat yogurt when I get home from school (I really like the Chobani Flip Cups. Key Lime is my favorite. If you haven’t tried it, you should. They’re fun and delicious). Besides yogurt, here’s what else has been on […]Read More 10 Ways to Enjoy The Last Month of Summer
Hey friends, It’s June, which means IT’S SUMMER! The weather in Corpus Christi as of late has either been wonderful or miserable, and as of right now, at 12pm on a Tuesday, it’s gorgeous outside. I’m currently taking two summer school classes which is a bit much, mosquitos have become kind of a problem, so […]Read More When You Don’t Know A Friend’s Shoe Policy
Once upon a time, I lived in California. I decided to move there towards the end of my sophomore year, at A&M in College Station, in 2015, and I freaking did it. I packed up my car, I said “See you in two months” to the people I loved, and on October 21st, I left. […]Read More Once Upon A Time, I Lived in California.
Hey everyone, it’s me, Tori. It’s been a while. Let’s catch up, shall we? I last left you all on this writing outlet explaining why I’m moving back to Texas, last March in 2016. Writing that post was the hardest thing I had to do in a long time. I felt shameful, embarrassed, and like […]Read More Procrastination, Fear, and Life