Hola! My name is Liz. Some people call me lizzard. Actually only a few people call me lizzard. I use it to hate that but now I kind of like the nickname. I don’t know why. Lol!

Welcome to my blog! Let me introduce myself. I am twenty-one years old.

According to the Myers Brigg personality test, I am an INFJ-T. I am a crier. Most people hate crying because it makes them feel uncomfortable. Personally, when people cry with me, that is when I feel most connected. I believe vulnerability is messy yet incredibly beautiful.

(If you have no idea what I am talking about, read Daring Greatly by Brene Brown and Scary Close by Donald Miller. I highly recommend those books!)

I love cats, flowers, succulents, coffee, avocados, rainy weather, books, Netflix, folk and jazz music, hats, fashion in general, and Mexico (and the food of course). I am a Dodgers and Lakers fan. (I was born in LA… That’s basically the only reason.)

I am a Biblical Studies major at a Christian college in Southern California. I am so excited to go to graduate school after I finish my senior year. I just really like school! I am pursuing a career in a church ministry and nonprofit organization or social enterprise work!

I live in San Diego but I don’t really like going to the beach. Ironic, right? I love mountains and trees. I really like parks and picnics. I could hammock or lay on grass all day on a sunny day as long as I have a good book and my journal!

I’m not good at photography but I just really love taking photos. I love music. I play the guitar and piano. I really want to learn how to play the banjo!


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