I know where you’ve been and I know right now where you stand. Through it all, be reminded of this: You are strong. You don’t have the answers and that is okay. And, you are not alone. Your heart will always long for a mother and father under one roof. Even years after your heart … More Dear Child of Divorce,
It’s the first week of January. Gym memberships have increased. More juicers have been purchased. And, people’s living rooms are filled with their new year’s resolutions. Now, don’t get me wrong, I love the fresh start of a new year, but I’ve also learned that January 1st is not always the beginning of a new … More New every morning.
Movies. Books. Paintings. Choreographed Dances. Sculptures. Music. Poetry. Art. (n). the conscious use of the imagination in the production of objects intended to be contemplated or appreciated as beautiful, as in the arrangement of forms, sounds or words There are many different definitions for the word, art, but this one, in particular, drew me in. … More A Creative Heart Silences a Fearful Mind
One day, my kids will ask me, “Mom, what was it like to live through the 2016 Election?” There will, of course, be many feelings that will resurface, feelings that I hope to never experience again through the race of a presidential election. I am saddened by the divides that have been built in our … More America, Come to The Table.
Exactly four years ago, my mom and I were driving down the 5 with a car full of Room Essentials and a mixture of emotions that included my excitement and my mother’s anticipation. I had no idea what the next four years would bring as we made a right onto University Dr. and smiled at … More Dear, Post-Grad.
Singleness is a gift. Marriage is a gift. We are all a part of the same church. We may be in different seasons, but it doesn’t take away from the value of either. As a single young adult, without any prospects on the line, I have learned how to brush aside a plethora of questions … More Dear Single(And, Non-Single) Friend,