Posts Tagged ‘Christmas’
As a young child, seeing your parents split up never really hits you until you get older and you realize all the damage it has done to you, but as time goes along you learn to accept that you can’t fix a broken home.
The effects of growing up in a divorced household are eternal. Despite the scars of witnessing her parents’ divorce at 6 years old, junior Alexia Duncan has learned to move forward in accepting that God is ultimately in control, and He is with us through every battle.
Christmas morning is one of the best mornings of the year to a child, and as a junior in high school, one gift made me fall in love with a place I had never heard of.
Photos by Madelyn Shotton
“Fly Girl” is written on the side of the boat, which I didn’t realize until well after the picture was taken. It has become an inspiration to me after the fact. I took this photo while waiting to dock our rented dinghy boat for the day.
On a warm Nov. 28, 2017, MBU celebrated one of its oldest and most fondly remembered traditions with music, food and festivities held in the Quad, Perk and SRC.
Photos by Abigail Scanio
It’s that time of year again for festive decorations and glowing lights distracting you as you drive down the streets. I’ve driven all around St. Louis in search of some of the best Christmas lights around, and this is what I’ve found.
Photos by Jessica Danielle Moore
Here are just a few of the houses that caught my eye as I embarked on this mission beginning the day after Thanksgiving. Some went all out and others kept it simple and personal to their home. Hopefully, they give you a little motivation to spread the Christmas cheer and decorate with lights this year.