I wanted to put my car in park today, hop out of my driver’s door, walk to the side of the motorcycle where you were sitting at the stop sign, with who appeared to be your husband, waiting for traffic to slow so you could make a left turn. If I had been brave enough,… Read More To The Lady On The Motorcycle, Thank You For Being You.
Back in the day, 20+ or so years ago Boston was my home away from home. The place where I grew in my faith, grew in relationship, grew up. It was a place of solitude amongst people. A place where the quiet of the ocean over took the noise of the city. 22 years ago… Read More Boston sort of nights…
We’ve been a little absent from the blog this summer, mostly August so far. The first half of summer was filled with vacation, a family reunion, summer camp, church gatherings, Vacation Bible School, my parents coming from Maine to visit for a couple of weeks and a handful of out of town guests. Much time… Read More Learning to Capture the Moment
The A Capella choir from our alma mater, Eastern Nazarene College, is a special choir to Jeremy and I for many reasons. He sang tenor for the group. I was a groupie. Really, a groupie. It seemed as if all of my friends in college were in this choir. I was a cheerleader. Since hearing my… Read More Thoughts on a Choir
The Fall of ’94 was awesome; one of the most salient and poignant times of my life. As a freshman at ENC every opportunity was open to me, and I took advantage of them all, but there was something about that first Autumn; Autumn in Boston filled me with a new, clear sense of possibility… Read More Proud Alumni
“If you don’t accept a gift you’re being given, you’re not allowing the other person to use their spiritual gift.” KSM One of my college theology professors spoke those words of truth to us one afternoon in class. Those words changed my life. I never looked at receiving a gift the same way again. I… Read More heaven in a box-on receiving a gift
Today was one of those days. You know the kind. The kind of day where you look around your house, make a list of the things that need to be done at home, at church, in the community. Errands need to be completed, communications need to be made. The kind of day where your list is growing… Read More A Tiny Little Bloom