Quarantine Diary: Courage

I told a friend last night that it is annoying how this moment can yield two different experiences. For my kids, this is the best time of their life. They get to be home, they get to be with their parents all day every day, and they don’t have to go to school (although, schoolContinue reading “Quarantine Diary: Courage”

With, Not Against

Last week I started reading Lysa TerKeurst’s new book, Uninvited. (But I didn’t Instagram about it, so hopefully you believe me.) I’m not even finished with it, because I’m mostly doing a lot of other things (like looking at my phone rather than reading). But, what I have read? It is so good. I recommend itContinue reading “With, Not Against”

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”

A Letter to Myself

I love to write letters. I love to write them for the people I love; it’s my way of showing appreciation, encouragement, love. It makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside. I am also my greatest critic. I don’t write letters of love and encouragement to myself because…that’s an unusual thing to do. Until now.Continue reading “A Letter to Myself”