Four photos: here’s what’s up

I don't have words at the moment. So, here are images. 🙂 My car's (THE NEW CAR!!) check engine light came on yesterday and I just about cried...that kind of week, ya'll. So, I went to adoration instead of crying (all about those healthy choices), and today my dad was like, "the internet says this... Continue Reading →

On the wonder of peaches

It's probably sacrilegious to say this But I feel that eating summer-peaches, Them bursting with sweet and sticky syrup Running down my fingers, face and chin, Is (almost) sacramental. We're told of the visible signs of the invisible reality And I hear you on marriage, communion, reconciliation, et al. But somehow my spine-craned posture over... Continue Reading →

Carrot cake granola!

Oh friends. And friends and friends. I went. I went on retreat. It was lovely. Sometimes I'll be somewhere and I'll realize: this is exactly right. I'm exactly myself, exactly where I need to be. Marytown (the retreat center) is one of those places. Thank you for your prayers while I was away. AND NOW... Continue Reading →

Super easy flour-free banana muffins!

Happy 4th of July! Here's a super quick/ easy recipe for flour-free banana muffins. Found this one on the internet. Thanks, internet! We had extra, browning bananas...which is what inspired me to look for something to make. Also! Tip for those making these for someone with a gluten-intolerance: make sure you use gluten-free oats. Most... Continue Reading →

Fun on a Friday

Yesterday evening I had dinner-and-lovely-conversation at this lady's house. And we were joined by Kathryn and groomsman Dave and Colleen's man-to-be, Mark. It was one of those nights were everyone is just friends, you know? And we ate wholesome, lovely, homemade food and shared about our lives and Hazel-the-cat showcased her skill of jumping high... Continue Reading →


Yesterday, a Thursday, I lectored. This is standard. What's not standard is the never-ending beauty in the Bible. So, this: We must consider how to rouse one another to love and good works. We should not stay away from our assembly, as is the custom of some, but encourage one another... And I was like,... Continue Reading →

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