Was I right or what? You were there, words on the tip of your tongue, not checked out or bored but crowded around waiting. I could feel you.
If you want a prescription for building stamina, try accompanying a six-year-old on a 24-hour fasting cure test for hyperinsulinism.
I didn’t realize when I asked for “human kindness and divine provision” what a gift it would be to read over that list. Thank you.
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Thank you for your responses, public and private, to my last post – for sharing pieces of your lives. I listened.
The internet, says my husband, is not as nice a place as we’d like to think. It is more like a dark alley, and every second of every day, there are hands reaching out to rattle the doorknobs, checking, checking, checking all down the alley for any unguarded portal. I hate that image, it gives […]
So now that we are talking to each other, what should we talk about? If I were a smarter blogger, I would have quickly followed up on your willingness to talk with a titillating post on a hot topic, like “Q: What do you think of The Shack?” (A: I don’t think of it at […]
Confession: There is a whole new level of pain and beauty involved in seeing your mother without her hair. It was such pretty hair, long and thick and shining white. I miss it, and I miss the part of her that is not the same without it. The first time she took off her hat […]
Gingerly I feel down the length of myself Like an animal after a tumble Which critical parts am I missing? But I cannot feel And I cannot tell My house is silent Three big children off to school Two toddlers who were with us, and are not One baby sleeping My head aches while my […]
Confession: I’m back. I just couldn’t take it anymore, all that Scripture reading and local community. Just kidding. But I did get my bathrooms cleaned. I’m popping in today to announce the winner of our coffee giveaway for R&R Roasters. Congratulations, Rosalie, who said “I can almost smell the delicious aroma already!” Your faith has saved […]