What’s on your reading list for 2018?
As of this Saturday, Daryl and I will have been married for eleven years. 132 months. 4015 days. 96,360 minutes. (Anyone else getting “Seasons of Love” stuck in their heads right about now?) It’s been an incredible ride. I could write out all the clichés that are somehow true (I love him more today than…… Continue reading 11 Things No One Told Me About Marriage
Because nothing says, “Happy New Year!” like a pile of great books.
Because sometimes what we ask for and what we really need are verrrrry different things.
Your costume had to fit over a snowsuit Those boots in my hubby’s costume above? Yeah, those are Sorrel snow boots. 2. Houses were far apart and yards were big, so you had to work hard for each piece of candy It was like 0.9 miles per mini Snickers. You basically had to eat all…… Continue reading 10 Signs You’ve Celebrated Halloween in the Rural Midwest
Because it’s Monday, because the world isn’t all on fire, and because a smile is good for the soul. 1. In Seattle, there’s a preschool that meets in a nursing home 2. As of last week, snow leopards weren’t classified as endangered anymore 3. The fact that Winston Churchill (who liked his dinner drinks) visited the…… Continue reading 10 Random Things to Make You Smile, Even Though it’s Monday
I sprained my ankle this weekend. No idea how. Saturday night all was well. Sunday morning I woke up with a bad ache and by the time I’d made it through two church services (preaching in flats, which I NEVER do because my tall black heels are my power shoes) it was swollen and painful.…… Continue reading Top 10 Perks of a Sprained Ankle