Why I Write
There was a moment in my childhood of great delight. A twirling metal gate led
to a grassy place against
Gardening: A Lesson in Failure
When it comes to gardening, I’m a bit of a schizophrenic. You never know what you’re going to get from year to year.
Lately, I’ve been thinking about limitations. More specifically, that I have some. And acknowledging these limitations has shifted the way I view my life in two seemingly contradictory ways…
God Made You Well
> And God saw everything that he had made, and behold, it was very good.
> And the man and
The Other Side
Have you ever had a time in your life when you saw a big change coming? A move,
Relationship Advice from Two Experts
I have been reading Proverbs for the past couple months and one thing I’ve noticed is all the relationship
The Object of My Affection
It still surprises me that there are different kinds of loves. I love to sew. I love to cook coq
Spouse As Roommate
I recently listened to an episode of Awesome Etiquette that really caught my attention. In it, hosts Lizzy Post and
Last weekend while driving up to Iowa, I told Logan that for the first time in…I don’t know…
What did your parents do right?
Last week a friend of mine mentioned that she’s about to talk to her preteen daughter about sex. She