The funny thing about pain is that it lives only in our minds. We can see its effects–sleeplessness or thrashing about or tears–but we can’t see it. Once a painful season has ended, the pain lives in our memories. And it often looks different on the other side. I wrote this post for The Glorious Table nearly five…… Continue reading Featured today at The Glorious Table
The value of simplicity and gratitude in an age of overcommitment and abundance.
If you’ll be serving food to tiny humans, don’t overthink the side dishes.
Trust me on this one.