I wrote this four years ago. It still holds true, though I struggle with so much of it. Maybe there are things in there you can relate to as well. I'm grateful tonight for the crappy days that come around every so often because they remind me that the good days should be appreciated more… Continue reading learnings thus far.
I always want to put an 'h' in crisis. I'm not sure why. That's irrelevant and is just a passing observation. Right now, I have no filter. It's no secret that I've been through a few crises in my life. From what I've experienced, I've realized that a crisis can either tear relationships apart or… Continue reading what a crisis can do.
It might seem like all I've done so far this year is hold babies and make friends with dogs and drink a lot of coffee. That's if you look at my Instagram feed. I suppose, though, if you looked over the past three months as a whole, you would see that I have experienced many… Continue reading part of the process.
A lot of times we look at someone who becomes something great and we think it's instant and we always wonder how they got to that point and 100% of the time there's no such thing as an instant success. When you hear the backstory, it's called pain. ~ Brian Johnson Sometimes it takes me… Continue reading what have you.
Supposedly, there is an ancient Celtic saying that heaven and earth are only three feet apart, but in the thin places that distance is even shorter. We'll ignore the fact that the ancient Celts probably didn't count distances in feet for now and focus on the thin places, where the veil between holy and human… Continue reading thin places.
Hello, all! I'm not quite sure how to write a comprehensive post about my trip to Burkina Faso with my church and Compassion International. I could probably wax poetic about how I left a big chunk of my heart in Burkina Faso, but I think that can easily be communicated through my pictures and what… Continue reading burkina faso recap.
I wish I had words to describe the music, the lights, the excitement, the adrenalin. I don't think there are words to describe seeing my favorite band play a live show in a fantastic venue. Seeing a live show reminds me that I’m alive and that I love the feeling when I can feel the… Continue reading there are no words.
I will be leaving for Burkina Faso soon. I've been thinking a lot about what I'm supposed to learn on this trip and asking God to make me aware so that I see what He wants me to see. I come from a place of apathy. It's a defense mechanism. If I can bottle my… Continue reading soon and very soon.
I am a Lyft driver on the weekends and here is a story. I picked them up near the ocean. A father and son. The father didn’t move fast because his joints just wouldn’t let him. He had barely creaked himself into a sitting position into the backseat of my car before he had shared… Continue reading grief shared.
I took this picture the other night after I dropped Keenan off at youth group. As I was driving down the hill, I noticed how spectacular the sunset was. The pictures I take of sunsets never do them justice. As I was driving along to my own church function, I thought about how grimy and… Continue reading beauty in the grime.