Faith, Life

So Long Self

If you believe the images you see out there, women are feeling better about themselves than they have in decades. Positivity is finally getting the momentum it deserves and we are coming into our own. Do you remember the children’s tale by the wonderful Hans Christian Andersen, “The Emperor’s New Clothes”? In the story, the… Continue reading So Long Self

Faith, Family, Life

Surrender to Love

You know that great Hollywood divorce story? The one where former spouses remain good friends who greet each other with an affectionate smooch over a gourmet espresso? Mine is not that kind of story. It was ugly—brutal to be honest. When it comes down to it, all divorces are. To say divorce was “amicable” is… Continue reading Surrender to Love

Faith, Life

Life… and Counting

"The greatest surprise in life to me is the brevity of life.” — Billy Graham In March I celebrated my 58th birthday. The day came and went with little pomp or circumstance, which suited me just fine as I was busy trying to figure out how it got here in the first place. A minute… Continue reading Life… and Counting

Faith, Homeschool, Nature

Beauty in Chaos

Though the snowy view out my window testifies to the contrary —SPRING is emerging in the northern latitudes! Along with long awaited green, spring ushers in the arrival of the constellations Leo, Auriga and Boōtes; showcasing their brilliant stars Regulus, Capella and Arcturus, respectively. Spring also promises sightings of Venus, Jupiter and Mercury on the… Continue reading Beauty in Chaos

Faith

Eyes on the Road

We’ve all experienced that ‘auto-pilot’ moment—the one that happens when you’re driving down the road and your mind wanders to some far-off place. Time and space utterly diffuse as you free-fall into a dream-like reality. Then suddenly, as if by a jerk at the end of a safety tether, you snap out of it and… Continue reading Eyes on the Road