30 letters in 30 Days: day six

day six: a stranger


  1. A person whom one does not know or with whom one is not familiar: “she remained a stranger to him”.
  2. A person who does not know, or is not known in, a particular place or community: “I’m a stranger in these parts”.
foreigner – alien – outsider
I am an outsider, inside my own life.
I an outlier.
I know nothing of those around me and they know noting of me.
Its funny, I kinda want to be apart of the group.
Just as much as I don’t.
So dear stranger or strangers,
aliens, outsiders and those whom Im unfamiliar –
I have a super power,
“So Lets Get Together, yeah yeah yeah”
and not be strangers anymore –
Lets be …


3rd person singular present, plural of friend


A person whom one knows and with whom one has a bond of mutual affection, typically exclusive of sexual or family relations.

30 Letters in 30 Days: day one

day one: the best friend ❤

Dear BF

Since meeting you, becoming friends then roommates I have had more fun, learned who I am and who I am not, been challenged, been reminded that I am and can be stupid, drink too much and that you have no love when it comes to vomit, discovered what support is, learned about fashion and what not to wear with a “total outfit,” how to dress a table, what monochromatic is, and friendship means starting where we left off like no time passed at all.

I have seen you married, become a mother, struggle with heartache and kick his ass, support your own life and lifestyle, and be stronger than you ever imagined. You inspire me to be a better mom, friend and woman. You have the best fashion sense of anyone I know – I know this because I have stolen many of your outfits and put them back like no one was there. Your beauty shines in whatever you are doing. You can create awesomeness with anything and design like a star! I admire your independence and strive for my own self worth to model yours. You have the most stupendous sense of wit and sarcasm… it is seriously genius!

I am so thankful for you, your encouragement and love. “Thank you for being a friend.” I hope when I’m 50 as well as 100 we will still be as fantastic as we are today! 

I truly love you!


30 Letters in 30 Days

day 1 — your best friend
day 2 — your crush
day 3 — your parents
day 4 — your sibling (or closest relative)
day 5 — your dreams
day 6 — a stranger
day 7 — your ex-boyfriend/girlfriend/love/crush
day 8 — your favorite internet friend
day 9 — someone you wish you could meet
day 10 — someone you don’t talk to as much as you’d like to
day 11 — a deceased person you wish you could talk to
day 12 — the person you hate most/caused you a lot of pain
day 13 — someone you wish could forgive you
day 14 — someone you’ve drifted away from
day 15 — the person you miss the most
day 16 — someone that’s not in your state/country
day 17 — someone from your childhood
day 18 — the person that you wish you could be
day 19 — someone that pesters your mind—good or bad
day 20 — the one that broke your heart the hardest
day 21 — someone you judged by their first impression
day 22 — someone you want to give a second chance to
day 23 — the last person you kissed
day 24 — the person that gave you your favorite memory
day 25 — the person you know that is going through the worst of times
day 26 — the last person you made a pinky promise to
day 27 — the friendliest person you knew for only one day
day 28 — someone that changed your life
day 29 — the person that you want tell everything to, but too afraid to
day 30 — your reflection in the mirror

Shh, Shh Secret Secret

Lets face it we all have secrets some hidden deeper than others.  In the next couple of days I am going to delve into the secrets I keep, mainly me. So put your suits on we are jumping right on in. 

  •  I am a compulsive eater, an over eater and a emotional eater. 
I have come to terms in admitting that I am a Food Addict,

HI, my name is Stacey I am addicted to food! I want to be clean 

I am talking about this so that other addicts can come forward and share what they are addicted to ’cause everyone is addicted to something, no really you are too. Here are some addictions you may not see:

  •  TiVo (I love mine too)
  • St. Arbucks (as Loswhit calls it)
  • That talking box (or plasma, for you big ballers out there)
  • CNN, MSNBC, and tickers
  • Work
  • Cars
  • Money
There are so many things that replace the Love the God can gives us and if we ALLOW them to take over our lives. I have allowed Food to take over. 
No more. No gimmicks. Just me God and a pray and that my amigos is more than enough.
SHARE what you are going through, your secret, your heart and your need. You are welcome here.  

Prayer Works, Duh!

I have been praying and praying for a opportunity to meet other Christ Followers here at campus and today God showed up in the form of a classmate at the mailbox. She invited me to her lifegroup and actually is on my team on the Saturday experience at LifeChurch.tv HOW COOL is that! Thank you Jesus…more Glory to you!

How do you like it…?

How do you like being served? How do you feel encouraged? What inspires your heart?


  • I love lunches with great conversation and friends
  • I love massages and spa dates
  • unexpected phone calls/text messages with uplifting notes
  • “hope your having a great day” on a Kleenex (or any other unconventional scrap paper) on my windshield
  • random visitors
  • hugs
  • great music that makes your heart sing out-loud

What can leaders around you do to get you, embrace you and make you feel needed and welcome?

Silent Readers here is your chance to speak up!