My name is Beth.
I’m twenty years old and I don’t know what the heck I’m doing with my life, but I suspect it has something to do with kids, foster care, art, missions, and raspberry white chocolate lattes (or any combination of the above).
I love Jesus,
and that’s helpful, because sometimes he’s the only immovable factor in these crazy life decisions of mine.
I’m an artist
studying graphic design. But really, I love charcoal. On paper, that is. Not on the computer.
I have a family of eleven
which includes two parents, four biological sisters, one biological brother, one adopted sister, one adopted brother, and one dog.
I spent two months in Uganda
and left at least half my heart over there with a family of orphans and a handful of special-needs kids.
My secondary students gave me the Luganda name “Kisakye,” meaning “Grace.” Or in full, Kisakye Beth.
I’m going back.
I’m a waitress
but I’d rather not talk about that.