What I am.

Pinterest via (my girl) Caitlin Dunn

I believe that our passage intends primarily to teach Christian witnesses of all times how, in ministering the gospel, Jesus’ representatives should think and speak of themselves. It is very important that Jesus’ disciples know who they are and who they are not, and how to say so. (If we are sure only of who [Read More...]

Thankful Tuesday: sun through the windows, afternoon snuggles, Korean Spa

I’m late getting this post written today because I had a Girls Night Out with my friend Anne last night. She introduced me to the amazingness of the Korean Spa and then we had Indian food. Not bad for a Monday night. I’m thankful for a night on the town with a friend. And for… [Read More...]

Thankful Tuesday: Adjustment and the Hope of Normal

Yes, these are the empty (Empty!) boxes in my hallway...

Today is election day in the US and I know a good blogger would have something really meaningful to say about that. But today, I’m going to have to send you elsewhere for your meaningful election posts, because I’m obsessed with the fact that we’re in our new apartment! I’m still operating without Internet so [Read More...]

Poem-a-Day Friday: Linda Hogan

Last night I had a phone conversation with a friend from Austin: a sophomore in college, a girl I adore, a dear soul who has been battling cancer for the past few years. She texted me while I fed the boys their dinner. She asked if we could talk that night. Oh, I dreaded that [Read More...]

Thankful Tuesday: Ring-bearers and the rest

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Can we just start by saying that I love dressing my boys up in bow-ties  even if they complain and refuse to smile for pictures. Also, I love that August made it all the way down the aisle at cheetah-fast speed (as he would say) even though Brooksie didn’t quite make it past the trees on [Read More...]

The Ministry of Friendship

Photo courtesy of State Library and Archives of Florida

Saturday morning, Chris took the boys in search of the perfect San Francisco donut and dropped me off at a park so I could run for the first time in four weeks. But first I sat down on a bench and called one of my dearest, a friend I hadn’t caught up in almost the [Read More...]


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