Sickness: Cure

Self-diagnosis: depression. Chronic. Years and years of. It started after high school, when I left to go to Texas for a nanny job. I was struggling to find a purpose in what I was doing. Having always had amazing groups of friends throughout my life, this was my first time doing life alone. I relished... Continue Reading →


  “That’s because love is never stationary. In the end, love doesn’t just keep thinking about it or keep planning for it. Simply put: love does.” ― Bob Goff If there ever was a surprising turn of events, it was meeting someone consequential on the eve of a Big Move to a Big Important Job in... Continue Reading →

Pretty Beasts

“The only humility that is really ours is not that which we try to show before God in prayer, but that which we carry with us, and carry out, in our ordinary conduct; the insignficances of daily life are the importances and the tests of eternity, because they prove what really is the spirit that... Continue Reading →

Love Songs

The Love and providence of God is so far beyond our own comprehension, there's no grasping its reach. Last year, I had tried to move to San Francisco. The doors closed, timing was off, it wasn't going through. I was sad, but moved forwards. I've been pining for a family: children, a home to hang... Continue Reading →


I survived 2016. I've always scoffed at the idea of merely "surviving" ordeals. I want to thrive. I want to live in the midst of chaos and love every moment. However, this year has been the worst of my life. I will say that truthfully. There were moments so low, I couldn't get out of bed.... Continue Reading →


Disclaimer: This is in no way an attack against non-profits, missionaries, YWAM or any other organization. The purpose is to open this topic up to discussion and ask questions I don't hear being asked enough. want to be a missionary. Spread the Love of Christ to those far and wide, near and dear. There... Continue Reading →

The Point

    "At the still point, there the dance is."   I've muttered this back to myself, rolled it on my tongue, let it shift into the creases of my mind for months. "At the still point, there the dance is..." Amidst this long and befuddling poem of Eliot's, in this quote, there the truth is.... Continue Reading →

Also, the “G” Words

God is too good to be unkind. He is too wise to be confused. If I cannot trace His hand, I can always trust His heart._Spurgeon   "Grace"..."Goodness"..."Guarantee": these are the other faith-growing alliterations so poignant in my life right now. I was running  past wildflowers, horses, small ponds and the occasional bunny and thought... Continue Reading →

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