It’s been a while since I’ve written a diary post. Since moving back to Colorado schedules and routines have been a bit wonky to say the least, and we’re trying to get to a new normal.
Hey there! It’s 2018, already?! Where did the time go? I cannot believe 2017 is over, so much happened…and was tweeted about…but now it’s a new year and time for a new beginning.
So, it’s been a legit long time since I’ve written a diary post. But honestly, not a ton has happened. Ok, so we did go see the eclipse in Madras, my BFF got married in Austin, & I turned 31 (insert horrified emoji face here). But really over the last month it’s been mostly me, packing, … More Diary Post 11/11/2017
Birthday posts, seem weird to me. Almost brag or prideful, kind of showy and yet here I am. I am 31 today. Seriously.
At 1:00 in the afternoon at FBC Nacogdoches, I stood in the vestibule of the chapel waiting for the music to start. My dad turned to me and said, you ready? I said yeah and he said show me your game face, and we made stupid angry football faces at each other as the music … More Ten Years | Anniversary
So incase you missed it my word for 2017 is brave, which is ironic & obvious in so so many ways. One of the brave things I did in the last few months was host an ethical fashion party at my church, this is a VERY big deal to me.
This week at church we are talking about the blessing of peace, I recently shared a story with our worship committee of which I’m a member of the peace that comes with music, specifically a song that was my grandfather’s favorite hymn. I was asked to share this story today at church and thought of … More Ivory Palaces
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these. Needless to say the loss of my grandfather took front seat in all my personal posts over the last few months. But so many other things are happening.
Today, is my Grandfather’s service. Here is my lament for today.
I recently started the She Reads Truth: Mourning & Dancing study. My friend, Stacie, ordered a copy of this a few months ago and was blessed enough to receive two and shared with me. I’ve been holding on to it and decided last week to start this study as a way of lamenting the loss … More Lament on Anxiety