I took the last two days off from blogging, as I was playing in a 2-day golf event that saw me walk 18 miles and play golf for around 12 hours over those two days.

A lot has happened since Friday (my last post), but to keep from rambling, I learned one solid thing from the past few days:

I have so much support in my life. I need it, and I’m so thankful for it.


On Saturday night, I had my first panic attack in a long time.

I was emotionally distraught for a few hours on Saturday evening and I really needed some help.

Thankfully, I was able to talk it through with my friends who were there for me.

I’m so grateful for my friends and those who help me through hard times.



Then, on Monday and Tuesday, I had lots of golf.

Monday was not a great day of golf, while Tuesday was great.

Throughout each round each day, my parents were there to watch me play. My coach was there to watch me play. My teammates were there to play along with.

My parents, my coaches, my teammates, and my friends were all cheering me on.



I know how much words mean to me, and to hear the amount of support I get through emotional trials, during golf competition, during internship interviews, and just during everyday life, I am just nothing but thankful.

Thankful for every kind word, thankful for every hug, thankful for every moment.

I have so much support around me and I can’t help but smile and realize that I never want that to go away.


Because I need it.

Whether you and I are doing the best we’ve ever been or we are at rock bottom, we always need that support from our friends, our family, our coworkers, our coaches, etc.

I encourage you to continue to recognize the support you get and embrace it.


We all need support.

And I’m SO, SO thankful for mine.


Love you all.



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