the girl.

hey y’all! i’m a senior cross-cultural ministry major at oklahoma baptist university, an esl instructor on campus, and a volunteer at lifechurch.tv. i’m also the hippest aunt alive to four gorgeous neices, a wannabe domestic guru, and a twitter fiend. i love to write letters, and i rarely wear matching socks. i’m from an itty bitty town in southwest oklahoma, where i learned to catch fish, drive a stick shift, and pursue only what matters most. i’m a follower of Christ and my heart is set on pilgrimage. join me as i navigate my way through college life, ministry, and everything in between.

email me: taylor.phillips@my.okbu.edu                                                                                               follow me on twitter: http://www.twitter.com/_taylorlen                                        facebook me: http://www.facebook.com/taylorlen                                                                                                  befriend me at the tasty kitchen community: http://thepioneerwoman.com/tasty-kitchen/members/taylorlen                                                                                                      formspring me: http://formspring.me/taylorlen

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4 responses to “the girl.

  1. Hi Taylor-

    Just wondering how you heard about our blog… it’s always interesting to follow these trails and find out how we’re all connected :)

  2. Yep, just dropping by to introduce myself… because I enjoy getting to know people. I love what you wrote about being the hippest aunt alive. That’s fantastic.

    -Marshall Jones Jr.

  3. *I read your post on Pete Wilson’s blog “Without Wax” and replied. In case you don’t get back to his website, here’s my reply to your wish for the end of the day.

    My mom went through the same thing in August. It will get better and her pain will go away. She went through 3 months of chemo and had a cat scan last week. We find out tomorrow if all of the cancer is gone.
    Our moms are so much stronger than we will ever realize! Through her cancer, my mom became someone completely different to me. I saw strength in her that I never saw as a kid. She is my hero!
    It is so hard for us to watch them go through this, but they do it because they have to. She is different now on the outside, but on the inside, she will rise above the cancer and her strength will make YOU a stronger person.
    If you need someone to talk to my email is Amanda.L.Miller@mnps.org
    I’ll be thinking about you!

  4. *I read your post on Pete Wilson’s blog “Without Wax” and replied. In case you don’t get back to his website, here’s my reply to your wish for the end of the day.
    +1

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