Here's what I'm listening to this week. In many ways, this has been a hard week. But it's also a good week. It was one I needed to make more changes and push me further in the right direction. There's a whole wide world out there, friends. And there's a lot left for me to … Continue reading What I’m Listening To . . .
The cat is out of the bag. I don't need to hide it anymore. My employer knows that later this summer, I will begin moving on to the next phase of my life. While I actually wanted to do it sooner, I let some things get in the way and then it seemed to be … Continue reading Dreaming About What Comes Next
Searching for safetyIt escaped me for so long.I found you -You aren't safe.But you were my safetyIn a storm I didn't know I'd walk into.In another storm, I longto be yours.
This morning, I’m overwhelmed with God’s mercy & grace. Friend - His mercy and grace are waiting for you. He’s waiting for you & He will lavish unmerited, crazy, wild grace on you."I thought I deservedTo be six feet beneath the earthFor all the things I've done and the things I've saidThe choices made that … Continue reading Happy Easter
You can’t tame wild things. Who wants to be tamed, anyway? Certainly not me. When I was in high school, I camped with friends, amongst the sequoias and redwoods. They towered over our primitive campsite. I woke up on the first full morning there and looked out toward the Pacific. If you stood just right, … Continue reading Come Live This Wild Life With Me
I have a dog. Her name is Abby. But I call her by many other names. See - I have this problem. It involves nicknames. I usually end up with about a bazaillion nicknames for kids and animals. Abby has a boatload. She is Booty Boo, Boo-Boo Bear, Boo-Boo, Abigail Ann, Abster, Busy Body, Ab, … Continue reading Abby the Wonder Dog
The day I met you, your skepticism was a challenge. I knew instantly that I had work to do, to win you over. I adore the skeptic in you. Even when it drives me crazy.For all the days that have passed since, I have fought back Against the feeling that I'm home, when I'm in … Continue reading Home