who i am

Hi friend –

I’m Emily Flanagan, the voice behind these ramblings.

About two years ago I started this blog as an outlet to publish my experiences, life updates, and my take-it-with-a-grain-of-salt-I’m-only-in-my-twenties advice. If you want to know more about why this blog exists, check out my first ever post: here’s to the dreamers.

If you want to know more about me, chances are I would love to know who you are as well! Go ahead and shoot me a message here and let’s grab coffee sometime. (Or, you know, become pen pals or something):

Thank you for taking the time to welcome my words into your world. I hope you know that you belong.

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4 thoughts on “who i am”

  1. Goodness gracious even from a distance you are an encouragement to me. Miss you bunches. One of my favorite things to do is to think about sweet times with ya!

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  2. Hey Emily! I kind of randomly found your blog and have really enjoyed reading! Thanks for being so open in sharing some of the struggles we face today. It’s so encouraging to see others seek Christ and the examples of love he has given to us! And to know we will be loved faithfully and relentlessly even with all our failures and insufficiencies. What an awesome reassurance to know His love abounds.

    Keep writing! And thanks again for sharing.

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words, Steve! I really appreciate it. I’m also glad you are learning more about God’s heart by what He is teaching me. Your comment encouraged me to not forget that God is using what I’ve offered to Him through my writing. Thanks for reading!

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