About This Blog

Hello, I'm Madison! Nice of you to visit  ^‿^
It all started one day when I finally had the courage to show the world what I could offer. I had a surge in confidence upon realizing that every dream has to start small. It all begins with the thought, "I have the potential." And when I finally succumbed to the idea of "what if?" my first blog was launched.

As the talented Diana Ross once said,
"You can't just sit there and wait for people to give you that golden dream, you've got to get out there and make it happen for yourself."

So what is my golden dream? To be honest, I'm not exactly sure yet, but I do know that in whatever I plan to accomplish on this earth, its end goal shall be to glorify God. With all of the ideas and dreams that I have in my head, I know that for any of them to blossom and flourish, I have to pray for guidance, and start one step at a time. So this blog is my outlet for expressing some of my thoughts, no matter how jumbled up they may be, as well as sharing my passions, no matter how varied they may be! It is a place for creativity and innovation. A place where anyone from across the world can visit - just a click away. How incredible is that?

What if someone is inspired? What if someone smiles? What if someone admires a picture I took while all alone in my backyard thinking, "What a beautiful sunset! Maybe I'll take a picture of this and I won't be the only one to admire it..."? If anyone gets anything positive out of this blog, whether it be inspiration, information or mere enjoyment from reading, then my blog will have succeeded in its purpose for existing.
So why not delve into this tiny space of the Internet, a little chip of a teenage girl's world? Comment on some of my posts, tell me what you think, and maybe just for a moment, our two worlds could collide! Cheesy maybe, but there's nothing wrong with using the Internet to create something beautiful...

With love,
          Madison



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