This is such a good quote from the book “Tending the Heart of Virtue: How Classic Stories Awaken a Child’s Moral Imagination” by Vigan Guroian. It inspires me to remember when my daughter is banging on that pot for the 30th time or wants to read that same story for the 12th, to put my… Continue reading Repetition
I’m writing this today not because I have an answer, not because I have some inspirational story about how I’ve arrived past all my struggles. I’m writing this today because I’m grieving. Grieving what should have been. Grieving what could have been. Grieving the brokenness in this world. Grieving that it's so hard to make… Continue reading Confidence and Laments
Hello WordPress. I've been absent for a little while, as life continues it's busy winding road. If you've been following along you know that my husband and I follow a nutritarian lifestyle when it comes to food/nutrition. The idea is to fuel your body with the foods highest in micronutrients. (Think cruciferous leafy greens, whole… Continue reading Still On That Nutritarian Thing…
My husband and I are 5 months into the long journey of parenting. Our daughter was born early August, and these 5 months while having been the best of our lives, have also been the most challenging. There are so many things to learn, so many things to experience, so many things to discover. So… Continue reading Little Fusses from a Big Heart
Recently I was reading in 1 Peter, and noticed a verse I'd never noticed before. This passage in chapter 3 is so well-known: "Likewise, Wives be subject to your own husbands, so that even if some do not obey the word, they may be won without a word by the conduct of their wives, when… Continue reading Fearless Women; Submission in a post-modern era.