Thank God it's Friday! Last week I had the opportunity to go Candytopia's pop-up in Dallas, Texas. I'm here to tell you I had the best time. My friends and I were one of the few people without children but we had no shame and truly enjoyed ourselves. If you are in Dallas, they are [...]
Long time! It actually hasn't been a long time for me. I have drafted so many posts and not hit publish, because I haven't really been feeling good about my writing. I was thinking everything sort of sound the same, and my life isn't that interesting but I recently revisited a book called Big Magic [...]
The exciting thing about the New Year is the expectancy or reliance on the fresh slate that we all kind of crave. So with that mind, we set all these goals, make all these promises, and then weeks into the New Year we begin to forget them and postpone them to the following month. And then eventually January arrives again.
“The kind of spiritual life and disciplines needed to sustain the Christian life are quiet, repetitive, and ordinary. I often want to skip the boring, daily stuff to get to the thrill of an edgy faith. But it’s in the dailiness of the Christian faith—the making the bed, the doing the dishes, the praying for our enemies, the reading the Bible, the quiet, the small—that God’s transformation takes root and grows.”