A Cry for Justice
December 18, 2015
“Knowingly or not, we give our boys license to act abusively, and we develop in our girls deference to that behavior.”
I’m sorry it’s been in fits and starts lately. I’m actually going to on purpose take a blogging break for a couple of months. I’ve got so much on my plate, and I’m not giving my best to any one thing. Not healthy. But I thought I’d check in with you and tell you what […]
I clothe myself in the colors of those around me. I’m invisible that way. I won’t draw attention to myself unless I want to. Unless it’s safe. And yes, I’m in therapy.
I’ve disappeared again! I know! Here’s why: This is my company’s busiest time of the year, so I’m working more hours on that. We are having our first ever open house at the end of November, so if you live near the Twin Cities area and want to stop in to say “hi” – I’d […]
Here are five things I build my identity around that I never thought I’d end. And then I did.
How about an update? Some of you have asked how the kids are doing in school – wh0’s still at home – what I’m doing now, etc.. Things have finally fallen into a routine that I’m content with. My oldest son has been happily married for over a year now. We get to see him […]
We all have difficult people in our lives. We’re probably related to one or two. Maybe they live under our roof. God calls us to love, but love doesn’t always look like chocolate pudding and red hearts. Sometimes it looks like broccoli and liver.
I’ve got another post coming tomorrow that continues with yesterday’s, BUT Leslie Vernick just published a helpful article about boundaries this week called, Are You Setting Boundaries or Just Being Manipulative? It’s perfect for what we’re talking about over here. Be sure to check it out. In the comments section, Leslie got the following question: […]