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Star Wars: The Franchise Awakens (Spoiler Free)

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

BUM BUM BUM BUM BA DUM BUM BA DUM BUM BUM BUM BUM BA DUM BUM BA DUM BUM BUM BU BUM BU BU DA DA DUM BUM BUM BUM BU BUM I've always liked Star Wars, but I was never a hardcore fan of Star Wars. I saw the original trilogy for the first time sometime around the age of twelve or thirteen, and then again when I was seventeen. I've seen each of the prequels once, somewhere around...
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Forgiveness

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

Last night, I attended one of my multiple weekly Bible studies. We've been going through a series on marriage relationships, and this week and last week focused on how to handle conflict. Last night, the primary focus seemed to be on forgiveness. For a while we discussed the difference between apologizing to someone and asking for forgiveness, but I was more interested in the discussion about what it means to offer forgiveness, even if, or especially if, it isn't deserved....
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Introducing Me

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

When I was about twelve, I wrote a list of everything I thought a prospective significant other might need to know about me. In the years since, I've come to the realization that I don't aspire to or desire romance, but that doesn't necessarily mean it'll never happen. The list I wrote when I was twelve specifically says that I wasn't going to bother listing all of the faith, family, and friends stuff a significant other would need to know,...
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Friendships

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

I've always been the type of person who has one or two best friends, several good friends, and knows everyone else well enough to be invited to most things. That's been the case pretty much everywhere I've lived that I can recall. I've also had a fairly wide pool of people to find friends in as well, that is, until I moved to Washington. I moved to the Pacific Northwest from San Antonio, Texas, a city with multiple universities with...
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