For all of the light that burned in my sister Carly, the darkness was just as brilliant. However, it helps to remember the wonderful things about her as much as the hard, hurtful times.
For years I bought into a lie about freedom. That creatives were these weird gypsy spirits that twirled and flitted from idea to idea, life to life,… Read more “The Fight for Freedom”
We’re barreling toward the end of the year, and I’m eyeing my stack of unread books with a sense of foreboding. There are so many spectacular titles in my to-be-read pile that I have choice paralysis. (And when this happens, I usually end up reading another Regency romance. I have no shame.)
So instead of bemoaning my choices and all that, I’m going to tell you what I’ve LOVED reading this year.
How John Green describes my unnatural zeal for the books I read in one succinct paragraph.
On Instagram yesterday, @seejavaciawrite shared a great writing prompt of “currently.” There are so many ways I could write about this word and the ideas it brings up,… Read more “Current Status: the November Edition”
Jesus didn’t change anything in an instant. In fact, He didn’t really change any of my circumstances.
But He turned me.
Those are pretty ironic words coming from a woman who uses up her quota of words a day and then starts stealing everyone else’s leftover words. And… Read more “Waiting in the Silence of God”