Monthly Archives: June 2017

mighty hands

I’ve shared before, my love for Rich Mullins and his music. He spoke to my young believing heart, giving me words that brought description to my new relationship. One of his songs described the mighty hand and outstretched arm of … Continue reading

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anyway

A few friends and I were talking about a decline we are seeing in common courtesy, polite manners, and the like. We found ourselves trying to find the “why” for the lack in our society. We shook our heads because … Continue reading

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wonders

Lately I have been hearing words of pain, words of anger, hurt, division, and even hatred. It has made my soul tired and my heart heavy. People I love and treasure are walking around with sagging arms that carry weighty … Continue reading

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Jezebels

Have you ever met someone and thought, “If only they could use their energy and passion for something good!” It can be discouraging to watch someone consistently push and push for their perspective to become the norm, when in reality, … Continue reading

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falling again and again

I have been walking with Christ for as long as I have known my husband, it’s one of the biggest parts of my faith. My faith journey is completely separate from him but it also runs parallel with him. During … Continue reading

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keep watch

Many people have commented on how my husband and I are almost finished with our parenting role. I often reply with a smile because to me, our role is only changing. Yes, our children are going off to college within … Continue reading

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covered

For as far back as I can recall, my family has made nature a thing to study. My brother and I learned to watch clouds form, appreciate the changing of seasons, and find the wonder in how things are created. … Continue reading

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decorations

I spend a crazy amount of time planning how to decorate our century-old farmhouse when we are finished restoring it. I have many items that I have collected over the years from family members, thrift stores, and the like. I … Continue reading

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good food

When it comes to Friday and the weekend I am immediately drawn to snack foods, pizza, pop, cookies, ice cream. I want it all. I think it’s about the fact that I “deserve” a reward for surviving the week. The … Continue reading

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authentic

The older I get, the more I realize that I don’t have patience for things that are false. If something is not honest and true, long lasting, and real I don’t want it around me. My husband helped me to learn … Continue reading

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