Top Reads of 2018

If you have known me for any amount of time, you know I love books. So in late December 2017, when I told Dan I had a goal to read thirty books in 2018, he laughed at me. He told me that he believed I would read way more than thirty books. Then, in mid-May ...

When There Isn’t Enough Snow

I love snow. Honestly, love may not actually be a strong enough word for my feelings towards snow. As soon as the crisp air hits, I am ready for feet - yes feet - of snow.  For me, November should be filled with snow storms and it really shouldn't stop until February. Dan and I ...

Locusts and Christmas Trees

Dan and I just bought a brand new artificial Christmas tree and I am so excited. It's not our first tree, in fact it's actually our fifth! Yes, you read that right, we have had several trees, all with deep character. The first year we were married, Dan's parents gave us their old tree. We ...

What the Sower Taught Me

I am still unpacking all the goodness that happened two weeks ago at the Moms in the Making conference. There is something incredibly powerful about gathering with a community of  women who are walking the same journey. It's even more powerful when that group of women choose to pray big, bold prayers and stand in faith together. ...

When It Looks Impossible

Over two months ago, I shared about a rare condition I was diagnosed with this summer (God is NOT a Jerk). Since sharing, I have been in constant communication with my doctor to find the right mix of medication to treat the symptoms of the condition. If I am being honest, this summer has been ...

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