The sun slowed down and Took one last look over the horizon. It had had a long productive day and Could finally meander on to The other side. Meander. That's what my car did - Steady and slow like the sun. "I've been... feeling really quiet." My text whispered through the screen as I Wiped… Continue reading You can be quiet
My mind wandered this morning to John 4 and the woman Jesus spoke with at the well. I'm often reminded of her when I mentor single moms. Why had she come to this well to draw water alone? That was an activity the women did together. For safety. For social interaction. I'll guess why: shame.… Continue reading Lookin’ For Love
I made a huge mistake at work today. To be fair, it's my first week of actually doing my job and I'm still onboarding. But the impact of this was far-reaching. I control 2 email inboxes from the same email account. One is my personal company email. The other is my team's email. I was… Continue reading One heart. Many faces.
One morning shortly after my divorce, as I woke up, I had this vision. I clearly saw a pair of rugged male hands reaching down, digging in, and clasping together underneath a wilted plant. Actually, the plant was beyond wilted—it was dried by the sun, and what had once been some kind of small growth… Continue reading The Gentle Gardener
Have you ever been so tired, not physically, but mentally, emotionally, and even spiritually that you can't move? That's me right now. And if you came here because you saw the title, I'm so sorry you're that tired. But I'm here to tell you there's hope for us. Let's walk through this together. Yesterday was… Continue reading Ever been THIS tired?
Lately I've been working through the delicate art of waiting gracefully. Instead of just struggling through it myself, I've decided to share this journey here, with you. My hope is that at the end of this blog series we will both find ourselves with some of the weight, AND the wait lifted. As I was… Continue reading Wait Lifting #1 – Learning to Wait