Remembering Who You Really Are

Kids think they have it rough. My kids complain about chores, school, homework, curfews, and household rules. They see me as a tyrant. Truth is, they don’t know how good they have it. With adulthood comes responsibility and the gravity of having to take care of yourself. There are bills to pay, tasks to accomplish, work that must be done… Read More

The Places Where We Hide

If you ever have trouble finding me, chances are I’m on a piano bench. I like hiding behind a piano. It’s a familiar place I’ve known since childhood.  A piano — even a small one — is a massive instrument, an actual physical barrier between me and the rest of the world. It just feels safe. I often joke about how I… Read More

High Notes {Vol. 27}

It’s Sunday, y’all, so you know what that means! It’s time for another High Notes post, where I share favorite reads from around the web, my own recent posts, and stuff I’m loving this week! Favorite Links: The Christian Myth of America’s Moral Decay “American Christians need to stop pretending that the ‘good ol’ days’ were so darn wonderful and that… Read More

High Notes {Vol. 26}

It’s Sunday again, and time for another High Notes post, where I share favorite reads from around the web, my own recent posts, and stuff I’m loving this week! Favorite Links: Do Men Even Know Who Marie Kondo Is? by Ruth Whitman “I harbour a constant fantasy that one day I will have a perfectly clean home. I feel guilty sitting… Read More