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2021: Rejoice

2021: Rejoice

Welcome to the final day of 2020. What a year, my friends. Filled with unprecedented joy for some, along with soul-staggerin…

Highly Sensitive: How I Survive Social Media

Highly Sensitive: How I Survive Social Media

With Instagram's new terms coming out this month, a lot of folks are questioning whether they should stay or say farewel…

Year of Rejoicing

Year of Rejoicing

Joy Joy Joy My son slept in this morning, so as the sun spilled over the treetops I brewed a fresh pot of french press, lit …

Autumn Kale and Quinoa Salad With Hazelnuts and Cranberries

Autumn Kale and Quinoa Salad With Hazelnuts and Cranberries

Could you ever think of salad as comfort food? With this cozy kale and quinoa salad, you will be in a heaven of nourishment.…

Homemade Cinnamon Whipped Cream

Homemade Cinnamon Whipped Cream

This soft and luscious homemade cinnamon whipped cream is a lovely way to elevate your coffee or freshly-baked pie. Or to se…

Solomon (and his mother)

Solomon (and his mother)

Solomon. I love him with a terrifying, fierce tenderness that feels impossible to manage. It is wild and uncontainable. How …

Come Thou Long Expected

Come Thou Long Expected

The last few days of expectancy have been harder than the previous nine months combined. Intellectually, I know the facts: f…

Jesus Saves

Jesus Saves

One of the biggest “successes” of the enemy (besides convincing folks that he doesn't exist) is convincing some th…

Hygge in the Summertime

Hygge in the Summertime

For a cozy introvert like me who loves nothing more than wrapping myself in the sweet warmth of autumn's lush invitation…

17 Things

17 Things

Many years ago I wrote a “51 Things About Me” list. A few years later I carved it down to twenty-seven. Now, more than halfw…

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