Tag Archives: God

One time I went to Turkey.

One time I spent a little under a month in Turkey with a group from college… And it’s been over six years but that country is still burned into my memory with in all its richness. And I didn’t know anything … Continue reading

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Everyday Doxology.

Most of the time I am strong enough for all the uncertainty that is lapping at the edges of our lives these days. Most of the time when people ask me how things are going with James gone, I can … Continue reading

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Flowers for Good Friday

Sometimes I just stand at the window and look across the back alley at this tree. It’s perfect really, every branch like a bouquet of fluffy pink flowers. The tree grows behind an abandoned, or at least very run-down, house. … Continue reading

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This human thing.

You guys. This week, life got the best of me. It isn’t that anything majorly bad went wrong, other than two speeding tickets ( I know, I know) and the mail situation in our building being so bad that they … Continue reading

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My husband is not my soul mate.

It might seem odd that on this, our one-year anniversary, I am beginning a post with the declaration that my husband is not my soul mate. But he isn’t. I wouldn’t want to imagine life without James. I enjoy being … Continue reading

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I’m glad we don’t have kids yet.

This is one of those weeks where I’m glad we don’t have kids yet. It’s not because it gives us the freedom to go out for dinner late at night, or to take off to New York for the weekend, … Continue reading

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“For God to be a man, he must despair.”

Today is Good Friday, where we remember that God not only became flesh, but death. **************** “The night on Golgotha is so important in the history of man only because, in its shadow, the divinity abandoned its traditional privileges and … Continue reading

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