Hubiera Sido Yo 

Hubiera sido yo, Vendiendo chicles en la frontera. Hubiera sido yo, Sudando bajo el sol. Hubiera sido yo, Si la mariposa no tenía alas para volar. Hubiera sido yo, Viviendo en casas de cartón. Hubiera sido yo. Pero la mariposa voló, Y Dios me llamo.

Fermented Rye

I'll be the fermented rye, served neat with the music set In a cozy space, like a perfect slow night I'll be the velvet chair that's broken in the corner of your room Where you will sit and contemplate your day   I'll be the fast shutter speed that pauses life's images As they begin … Continue reading Fermented Rye

Testimonies & The Sovereignty of God: White Picket Fence | Part 2

Last Wednesday, June 7th, myself and three other CBU students departed for Phoenix, Arizona to begin our training for our six-week mission trip to Portland. Joe was kind enough to drive us over and send us off. Thank you, Joe! The five-day training in Phoenix has ended and I am currently at the airport with … Continue reading Testimonies & The Sovereignty of God: White Picket Fence | Part 2

Testimonies & The Sovereignty of God | Introduction

Miggi Iniesta, born on July 3rd, 1993 in Artesia, California. A city found in South East L.A. The first half of my childhood was spent in Paramount, CA and in sixth grade, my parents bought a house in Compton. Both of these cities had two things in common, immigrants and an urban community. I loved … Continue reading Testimonies & The Sovereignty of God | Introduction

These Days Are Numbered | Embrace The Change

Embrace the change. Three words my mentor told me when I was sixteen. Embrace the change that will come. No matter the immense difficulty it can bring, embrace the change.    Those words hold weight today. They're even heavier now that I am a Christian. Now, I must embrace the change knowing I serve a … Continue reading These Days Are Numbered | Embrace The Change

The Aftermath & Conclusion | The “I’m Thankful” Series Part 5

Saturday afternoon, two days after Thanksgiving. A quick recap of all that's happened. I chose to stay in this Thanksgiving and be by myself. Get some real rest. I did have lovely people open up their homes for me, but I declined. I needed this day to myself. It went great. In the spirit of being … Continue reading The Aftermath & Conclusion | The “I’m Thankful” Series Part 5

YOUtube | The “I’m Thankful” Series Part 4

“If life’s worth living, it’s worth recording” — Shay Carl Butler A year ago I started Smalltalk with Miggi on Youtube. Seven years ago, I made an account and actively started watching these random people record their day. It was weird. But I kept coming back. I got hooked to their story and the sense … Continue reading YOUtube | The “I’m Thankful” Series Part 4

M.R. Reed | The “I’m Thankful” Series Part 3

The many faces of Miggi from 2010-2014.And Monique has seen them all. Monique was my AP English teacher my junior year, my first impression of her was,"Who's this chick with an AFI bag? Does she even Davey?" ;)Maybe not those words exactly, but something along those lines. Turns out, she knows a lot more than … Continue reading M.R. Reed | The “I’m Thankful” Series Part 3

Old Friends | The “I’m Thankful” Series Part 2

I am thankful for old friends. Growing up, my friends were my family. I could be myself 100% of the time. They put up with my emotional breakdowns, my sarcasm, and my lame (but not really lame, they're just lame) cheesy jokes. I really did get by with a little help from my friends. The friends … Continue reading Old Friends | The “I’m Thankful” Series Part 2

The Sweetness of Freedom.

It's been almost ten months since I've published anything publicly. That does not mean I've stopped writing, never. All my time and energy has been focused on five things: Growing my relationship with God Serving my Church Smalltalk on Youtube  Crimson Letters  (Crimson Letters on WordPress, they write some powerful stuff) Building/Growing Friendships Of course, … Continue reading The Sweetness of Freedom.