It was ten years ago this morning that the Doppler couldn’t find my son’s heartbeat.
Summer vacation is as amazing as I remember it being. Last year wasn’t as much a vacation as two months of insanity. This year has been much more chill so far. And that has been a beautiful thing. Change is hard. It’s hard to think about, hard to decide on, hard to embrace. That doesn’t […]
I am untangling what I believe and who I am and all the words that my God says about me . . .
My poor, neglected blog. I had every intention of filling it up last week, but we had Vacation Bible School and I had an arthritis flare and I ended up sleeping through pretty much all of my blog time and also most of my housework time. Thankfully on Friday I started feeling better! And truly, […]
We are only dust redeemed . . .
My grandmother, Eva Cobb, died last Tuesday. She never, ever let me forget that I was loved.
It is in the doubt and the fear and the anger that we must turn to the Truth. It shines like the tiniest candle in the darkness of grief, and if we keep forcing our eyes back to it, the light grows brighter and we gain understanding and wisdom.
October 2015 is two hours from over, and it has been one of the hardest months of my life. Some periods of our lives are like roller coasters emotionally, but for me October has been a hurricane– a constant swirl of stress and grief and joy and fear and laughter and loneliness. The calm center […]
She came, as she journeyed, to a desert. She filled up her pack with all the comforts and survival gear she could stuff into it. Her pack was heavy but she bowed beneath the load and took a step into the sand “You know,” said her Guide, “You don’t need that pack. I have everything […]
Sonnet of Seasons Erin Kilmer For everything on earth there is a time– A season to be born, and one to die; A time for laughter and a time to cry; A day to fall and weep, a day to climb. We do not always see the coming spring When we are lying cold […]