A friend shared with me something that has caused an enormous amount of pondering over the past year, “I like who you were then, but I really like who you are today.”
This quarter was filled with some really amazing reads that I hope some of you pick up so you can talk to me about them (even though I actually forget 90% of what I read after I finish the book). There’s some fluff in here, too, for good measure. In order of finishing, not recommendation: […]
Really, you should not be surprised that I put my dog in one of my ugly Christmas sweaters and then put reindeer antlers on her head. I don’t know why she looks so embarrassed. It’s festive! But Merry Christmas! When we were little, my mom used to write a yearly Christmas newsletter. She mostly documented […]
So it’s been three years. I’m surprised I made it past the first night, honestly. You know how it’s hard to sleep when you’re in a new place? Yeah, that first night was like that. And even worse since I was all alone in the house in a neighborhood I didn’t know that well. And […]
There will be nights of darkness. There will be nights when your nets come up empty. And there will be nights of light and nets that fill. And then maybe more waiting. Or maybe a call that will forever change the direction of your life.
This is THE ONE. Meaning: this is the recipe I first flipped to when I was given this Table for One book and realized how ridiculous it was. Why? Because it called for one (1) strip of bacon. One. Piece. All. Alone. In. The. World.
Remember that one time when I said I was going to review books every month? And then a worldwide pandemic hit and I stopped reading as much? Yeah. So that’s why I’m combining my book reviews into a quarterly review for this quarter, because why not be inconsistent? (Listed in order of reading) Celebrating a […]
We must bring stories and experiences and values to a new generation. Children’s book people are good citizens of the planet and they can start children on the path to thinking and reasoning and healing.