Posts Tagged "Faith"


Ring the bells that still can ring Forget your perfect offering There is a crack, a crack in everything That’s how the light gets in. Anthem – by Leonard Cohen Dear Readers, Going on four years ago now I started up this site. I was the church girl who had found myself stranded on the side of the road terrified to admit that the faith I had built my life on was breaking to pieces. Protestant, conservative Christianity in its many forms...

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    Dear Readers, As I discussed yesterday, I have been pondering the ideas in this letter for weeks, ever since I read Glennon Melton’s newest book Love Warrior. Then the events of this past weekend happened, and our crazy American election only managed to further remind me just how  hard it is to be a girl in today’s world. The sheltered, innocent little girl I was so many years ago, would have understood so...

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  I have found myself having to hurry up and wait a lot this spring.   In the military, many of us family members find that the phrase “hurry up and wait” is the ongoing story of our daily life.   We wait to be told when to move and where to move. We wait for our loved ones to go and to return. We wait for paychecks, promotions, and news of job changes or new assignments. We wait when we don’t hear...

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My Latest Untold Stories…

My Latest Untold Stories…


Posted By on Jan 29, 2016

  Just say what you want to say, then, and say it with all your heart. Share whatever you are driven to share. If it is authentic enough, believe me–it will feel original. ~ Liz Gilbert   Dear Readers, I know that I have long been absent here on the blog, with little to nothing said about why or what has been going on.   Life has taken a turn down a new road for me, and with that turn came an insanely busy season...

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  No more papers, no more books, no more teacher’s dirty looks… Please tell me there is someone out there who remembers that line. Yes I was that odd homeschool girl who grew up on movies like Anne of Green Gables and Sound Of Music more than I did actual movies from the nineties, but how can you not love Miss Anne spelled with an E? It is funny the things that stick with you even years later. I finished my last final...

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