til death do us part

A few friends of mine have encouraged me to write a column or blog on dating on a number of occasions because I always seem to have new funny dating stories to tell.  Of course, writing about them does not appeal to me because the funniest details would be obvious to the person I’m writing … Continue reading til death do us part

a heavenly father

From Matthew 6, Jesus talking: “Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal; but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there … Continue reading a heavenly father

desert tidings

The desert will remind you who you oughta be / It'll show you who you are / There's nothing to protect what you're hiding - from Like New Years Day by Sara Watkins. . 🌿 . . This picture was taken in the Judean wilderness in 2011 when I visited Israel on a fun trip … Continue reading desert tidings

resolution

I posted these resolutions to Facebook on Dec 31. Now I'm posting them here. I am proud to report that I am 2/3 the way into "Dry January," as I've dubbed it and it's going very well. 🙂 My concrete and abstract 2017 resolutions (bc once you post it on social media it's basically binding … Continue reading resolution

strength paradox

I watched a TV show episode yesterday that's sort of lame but uplifting for me. A character in the show dealing with an addiction was confronted by a character that previously dealt with a similar addiction. One attempted to persuade the other that their separate-but-shared issue was possible to overcome. The current addicted character told … Continue reading strength paradox