"When I refuse to listen to the dreams that cry within me for fullness of life, I fossilize myself." Joan Chittister I can count on one hand how many times someone has whispered this question in my direction. What are your wildest dreams? I know I’m not alone in my observations. It's ... Read More about On Shaking Your Wild Dreams Awake
"He walked away from the the obvious system to build a non-obvious life." Seth Godin Sometimes I miss church. When it was sitting in chairs every Sunday to listen to a sermon with friends, attending prayer meetings in the basement, teaching classes in room off the hallway, playing piano in the ... Read More about Wild Church: Obvious System or Non-Obvious Life
Just as you decide to forego a vacation to save money, a friend announces her family’s trip to Maui. It seems when you finally realize it's a season to spend less time working and be more present with your children, another mom decides to launch her business and accept childcare. You’re ... Read More about When Your Map Doesn’t Match Hers.
*a note from me: please remember this post is meant to be poetic, it is not a how-to on having a healthy marriage, only reflections from my heart. It is not a complete picture of our marriage, but a snippet of how we work together through the hard times. Every marriage, every relationship, has its ... Read More about On Fights and Forever Love
I started the book Essentialism the other day. I was only a few pages into it, when this section jumped off the page and forced me to stop. Here is what he wrote, “The word priority came into the English language in the 1400s. It was singular. It meant the very first or prior thing. It stayed ... Read More about Taking Off The Cape and Walking Into The Mystery of Our Limited Capacity