Yesterday I woke up to bright sunshine pouring through my bedroom window and onto the wall. This morning I woke up to the sounds of rain being blown up against that same bedroom window as if someone were throwing small pebbles trying to get my attention, but no one else’s.
Continue reading “Another Morning”
I’m not sure why I wake up in a better mood some days and others I don’t. I assume it has something to do with the amount of warm morning light I see, and probably the amount of restful sleep I get, too.
But some days I wake up and I feel like I’m ready to take on the world and its issues.
Continue reading “Morning Musings”
This morning my Nana passed away at the age of ninety-nine.
Continue reading “Remembering Nana”
You just turned five years old. I am writing you a letter to let you know how proud I am of you, and to let you know how much I love you.
Continue reading “A Letter to Ezra”
Reflections and Ramblings: Volume Twenty-Five
Continue reading “Thirty-Two”
Some reflections on Wendell Berry’s “The Country of Marriage,” John Mark McMillan’s “Magic Mirror,” and what it means for a married couple to be spiritual partners in faith on the occasion of Andrew’s 32nd birthday. Continue reading “More Together Than We Know”