So, apparently I haven’t been keeping up with these as much as I would have hoped but I’ve also had enough happen in the last month to justify writing one.
Well, April has been so incredibly busy (I’m writing this on April 5th). And we went from winter to spring to winter more than I care for in a month. But it seems maybe this time spring will stick around for more than 2 days before it snows again.
It’s spring! I seriously can’t believe it January would never end and now it’s basically April/Easter/Spring.
I don’t write nearly enough personal or reflective posts anymore. Blogging over the last few years has turned into a bit of an advertising space for brands and products.
I’ve had a tough week, seriously, I’m in desperate need of resurrection Sunday. When we visited Israel in 2011, we visited the Church of Agony & I know I mention this story every Easter related post but that’s because it really means THAT much to mean and putting that experience into words is way way harder … More Easter Reflection | 2017
In the fall, the grounds crew at our apartment complex trimmed the trees. As a nature lover, it was heart wrenching to watch. I cringed with each falling branch and nearly cried when it was determined trees simply had to go, for the sake of the foundation of our apartment. Mostly ours, there was a … More New Growth
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
Of all my years this maybe my greatest. In January, I was invited to interview with Stitch Fix. I admit that I applied to the job a few times and in every available area.
On January 2nd, Travis started his new job in Montrose, CO as a chaplain with Harden Hospice. We settled into our new small Colorado town life! Then in Mid February, I got a job working for Montrose County as the Fair Coordinator! I have never attended a County Fair but I got the job! During this … More 2014 Reflection
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 3,600 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 60 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the … More 2014 BLOG in review