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Older And Wiser

Sep 4, 2014 by

I recently asked myself this question:¬†Am I older and wiser, or just older? I am definitely older, and my reflection in the mirror reminds me of this every day. My […]

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If you saw me in the grocery store or happened to notice me with my girls in line at Starbucks, you’d think I was just a normal, busy, slightly-stressed-out mom […]

Freedom's Song

Freedom’s Song

Aug 28, 2014 by

This woman I know, she is dying. She has a disease that has rapidly taken much from her. She is exhausted and her muscles weaken with every passing day. She […]

Homesick

Homesick

Aug 26, 2014 by

I answered to hear the tears in his voice, his tired body begged for sleep – but he couldn’t rest. I’ve felt how he feels, the sinking feeling of empty […]

Black Spotted Roses

Dropping my keys on the kitchen counter, I paused to soak in the gift of silence. My morning carpool duty was complete, and now I could think clearly for the […]

GoAheadAndGrieveIt

I knew it was coming. I had suspected it would be soon, but when the time came it still hit me hard. The end of a job I had loved […]

RobeDayCare

In our household, it has been a season of little sleep. One morning, I woke to see our daughter in our room, curled up on my blue bathrobe. As a […]

JoyAlwaysComesBouchillon1

A thousand days passed between the news of a brain tumor at age seventeen and the joy of true healing. Just one year after being emotionally broken by community, I […]