Spring is my favorite time of year. The days are getting longer, my neighborhood is coming back to life as people get outdoors, and the air feels so fresh. Nothing beats a fresh, deep cleaned house to go with that weather. March was a whirlwind for me, but this past Saturday, I finally had a… Continue reading Workin’ It Wednesday – Spring Cleaning
Senior Prom Class of 2009 – no we did not coordinate our outfits. All my girlfriends were single so we just went to our prom as a group of ladies plus Alex and his date. I’m not a huge fan of dances, so I was on the fence about going until I stumbled upon the… Continue reading Show and Tell Tuesday – Prom Night
There is something about writing that I find fulfilling. On a personal level, it helps me process the events in my life and untangle all the thoughts floating through my head. But at the same time I don’t want to write just for myself. I have something to say to the world and this blog is, I… Continue reading Why am I even doing this?
This post is link-up with Sarah Bessey’s blog, whose new book, Out of Sorts, came out this week. I am looking forward to reading her reflections on how she has changed “in response to the unchanging Christ.” Below is a glimpse at what that process has been like in my life. I used to think God… Continue reading I Used to Think God Could Love Me More . . .
I am joining in on the What’s Up Wednesday link-up this month where I answer a bunch of questions to reflect on where my life is right now. So here goes . . . What I’m Eating This Week One of my roommates made Finnish Pancakes for a cultural event at the school where she works… Continue reading October 2015 What’s Up Wednesday
I wrote the following reflection after experiencing The 99 when they were in Fresno last fall. According to their website, “The 99 is a walkthrough theater that graphically reenacts the five leading causes of death in teenagers and young adults. Many of these deaths are influenced by drugs or alcohol and a vast majority of them can… Continue reading The Cross
Yesterday Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed into law a bill that allows businesses to refuse service to gay and lesbian customers in the name of religious freedom. I am blown away that we are legalizing discrimination – against people made in the image of God. It hurts my heart. We are all made in the… Continue reading My Heart Hurts