Dear Friend, I have sat down several times this week to reply to your last letter and found myself unable to write a single word. And this has felt so strange seeing as I never lack in having something I want (need?) to say. But it finally dawned on me this morning what has been … Continue reading Dear Friend, My mind is full of thoughts about reading, writing, road-trips, and the makings of a meaningful life.
Dear Friend, Thank you for your response to my last letter. You reminded me that my favorite thing about writing to you is that moment when you respond with, Me too. Isn't that what we all want? That moment when someone tells us they understand and that we are not alone? When you regard my words, … Continue reading Dear Friend, The road is calling. Can you hear it?
Dear Friend, It has been awhile, hasn't it? I apologize for the long delay in correspondence. It seems I lost my voice for some time and I had to get really quiet to find it again. So much has happened since I last wrote, I'm not sure where to begin. Perhaps with the weeks following … Continue reading Dear Friend, I have so much to tell you.
(Click here to read Part One) Sometimes the noise, the sheer volume of information and distraction and need at every turn, leaves me feeling a bit panicked and bedraggled. I have invited the noise of marriage, four children, homeschooling, a homestead and a community of friends and neighbors and extended family and all that comes … Continue reading Searching for Balance in Our Digital World (Part 2)
We drive by a giant church on a hill on our way to school every week. I don't remember the name of this church. I know it is built of brown brick. And that it sits high enough above the road that you would see for miles were you to stand on its doorstep. The … Continue reading What “GOD’S MARRIAGE = ONE MAN + ONE WOMAN” Means to Me