Composure or Lack Thereof

A few weeks ago, I had reached a point where I was frankly overwhelmed. If you’re like me, you need plans. Routine. Lists make things easier, consistency is the highlight of my week, scheduled appointments, meetings and get togethers are always met and fulfilled. I realized because we have welcomed a season of a lotContinue reading “Composure or Lack Thereof”

The Hidden Word

When I was younger, I would find random Bible verses in the Bible, write them down on a piece of paper, and tape it to my bedroom wall. I remember writing with red ink, using fancy scissors that cut in patterns to cut them out, and continued to never actually look at the verse againContinue reading “The Hidden Word”

Letters to Your People

I don’t know how many marriage advice videos, sermons, or books I have to read before I truly understand this statement:  Your husband cannot read your mind. As in, if you want something, most times, he isn’t going to just know. And dang it, I want him to know without me moving an inch, before IContinue reading “Letters to Your People”

Soul Strings: When Everything Points to Christ

If you’ve been here before, or long enough, you’ve read why I call this blog Soul Strings. And if you don’t know, I’ll fill you in. When I first named this site Soul Strings, I didn’t have much of an inspiration or reason. It was just a string (play on words intended!) of words IContinue reading “Soul Strings: When Everything Points to Christ”

Grace & Glory

The past two days, I have been sick with a cold. It’s my body’s “welcome to pregnancy!” party that has happened, so far, with every pregnancy I’ve had. Rather than spending my weekend engaging with my boys, I’ve spent it watching them from the couch or resting in bed. There will be glory. We have beenContinue reading “Grace & Glory”