It’s been a month of marinating in Buechner’s Telling the Truth. Oh my. It’s delish. So I wrote a little bit about how Beuchner presents the gospel as tragedy HERE. But he makes an argument for the gospel as comedy as well. Comedy is that genre in literature that takes a situation of (often) exaggerated […]
Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram allow us to paint beautiful pictures of our lives. But many of us feel like fakers. If people really knew who we were, what would they think? Would they still care?
I’m reading Telling the Truth by Frederick Buechner. I don’t know why I’ve never heard of him or read anything by him before, but I know I’ve found a kindred spirit. This book is about the gospel and how it is like a tragedy, a comedy, and a fairy tale. So far I’m on the […]
R.C. Sproul Jr.: Jesus Changes Everything
June 23, 2015
My eyes love drinking in beautiful photography. I drool over blogs and books replete with that kind of art. I’m a wannabe, but I don’t just wanna stay there. I want to learn how to do it, too. My sister is the one who got me thinking that if she could learn how to do it, why couldn’t I?
Today I’m brain dumping. I’ll tell you what I’ve been reading, thinking about, and learning this past month. If you’re a mom, there’s something in this pile for you. I promise.
When picking clothes for summer, this is what I take into consideration: 1. I’m busy. No time to iron. No time to hand wash. No time to hang dry. No time to mend badly constructed clothing. I need wash and wear. 2. I’m hot. No. Not that kind of hot. Sweaty, hot-flash hot. I need […]
March 3, 2015
This summer I’m going to have fun here. Nothing heavy. Nothing long. I’m just going to post short little things about what I like. My kitchen hacks. My favorite make up. Shirts. Hair color. Books. Music. It’s Summer Lite. But I don’t want it to be about me. In the comments section, I’m going to […]
When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor. It’s to enjoy each step along the way. -Wayne Dyer-