I've been going through a lot of emotions this past week. Just over a week ago, the world lost a beautiful voice in the faith community, and I've been struggling with how to mourn her. There are so many more eloquent posts that have been written by Rachel in the past week, but I felt… Continue reading What Rachel Held Evans Meant to Me
I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted here, and if you’re a reader who actually visits my site here you may notice a new look. I’m actually in the process of revamping the design, so it may even change again in the coming days/weeks. (So stop in often!) I suspect the content will… Continue reading Planning for 2019
In which I share a couple of my favorite posts about Valentine's Day ... and a dancing John Barrowman.
Good Morning Readers! First of all, a little business to announce. After putting your names into a hat (all three of you) and drawing them out, the winners of the Let Hope In giveaway are Matt and Tiff! I'll be in touch with you about claiming your prizes. Hopefully the next time I run a… Continue reading Honoring Our Veterans
When I was eight years old I went to summer camp for the first time. It was also my first time being away from my family for that long, I know I was more than a little homesick that week, and had many reassuring talks with my counselor, Heidi. However, over the course of that week… Continue reading Home Sweet Kenbrook
I was doing so well sticking to my resolution to post a blog at least once a week, then these last two weeks I've completely failed. I'm going to blame it on being back in school (even though classes just started last week). I should be spending my morning working on my lit review for… Continue reading Thirty Isn’t So Bad
Fall has always seemed more of a season of starting over to me than the New Year. It’s possible this is because my birthday is so close to the start of fall, or perhaps because that's when a new school year starts. Whatever the reason, I always feel like this is the time to start… Continue reading Season of Change