I don’t know why that was such a big deal. I just wanted them to have some lemonade.
“Hospital emergency! Hospital emergency!” My 10-year old was running through the house yelling and found me in the kitchen.
We are never more like Jesus than when we are under the weight of suffering.
I was having a bad day. Nothing was going right. I ended up in tears over silly pieces of technology wreaking havoc on my ability to work. I sent out … Continue reading Dog Days of Summer
I started a post about Memorial Day and, well, it wasn’t good. I could make up some lame excuses, but the truth is, I just couldn’t articulate what I wanted … Continue reading Remembering What’s Important
My mom always told me there are things God teaches us in the desert that we cannot learn anywhere else. I didn’t believe it at first, but now I know … Continue reading Beauty in the Desert
I started three different posts about Easter, but none of them sounded right. Not that any human words are good enough to explain this day and what it means. But … Continue reading 38 Musings for Resurrection Day
Anguish. Grief. Loss. Overwhelming conviction. Flat out heartache. Debilitating pain. Nosebleeds. Allergies. Chronic illness. There are all kinds of reasons to need a tissue.
My boys are at the perfect ages. Nine and seven are glorious years because they are independent, but don’t mind hanging out with their parents. They are smart, but not … Continue reading What the Cuddle Brothers Taught Me About God
There are a lot of analogies out there about dogs and God. And I’ve always agreed with them because I’ve owned some pretty wonderful dogs in my lifetime. The unconditional … Continue reading My Dog is Annoying