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4 Things I Learned This Summer

Here are a handful of things I learned this summer: 1. Audiobooks make everything better. The things I look forward to doing now because I have audiobooks on my phone is astonishing. They include, but are not limited to: Cleaning everything, cooking anything, getting ready in the morning (hair, makeup, make the bed, oh my!),…

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Where I’m From

I wasn’t going to stop by, but on my way out of town I just sort of ended up there. I knew that if there was a Volvo backed into her long driveway, then she would be home. She’s owned one kind of Volvo or another for at least 30 years, probably more. I parked my…

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Eyes Wide Open

I’m linking up with Casey Leigh today because I’ve got something on my heart that I need to say out loud before I pour myself a glass of I-made-it-to-Friday-night-wine and settle into a weekend that promises to look very much like you would expect: safe, predictable, and well-worn with just the right mix of sunshine…

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5 Things I Learned in 2014

Check. Check. Is this thing on? Oh, good. Hello. 🙂 I’m back from a bit of a blogging break and ready to ease into a new year of creating in this space with a short list of things I learned in 2014. Let see if I remember how to do this. Ahem… 1. Entertaining is fun when…

"Shame and sinking are not part and parcel of our stories, friends—not with Jesus on the water. The wind and waves obey him, and he promises that we will not be buried at sea."

Kristen Lunceford

"The establishment of your child’s trust in God begins with his trust in you, so mean what you say. Every time. There is power in that for you, security in that for your child, and peace in that for your home."

Kristen Lunceford

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It’s Always Warm in California

“It’s always warm in California,” everyone kept telling me. “It’s never cold!” And to my little brother: “No, Austin, it’s not the Specific Ocean, it’s the Puh-cific Ocean.” When we finally made it to Santa Rosa Lane after several weeks of goodbyes in Iowa and a few unending days of tormenting my Aunt Kim in the backseat of…

 

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