Green Things and Holy Highs.

7/6 ((from Brittany)) At the end of last year we packed up all our earthly belongings and left the City of Oaks, Raleigh, NC for a little town in West Texas. Everyone told me to expect to miss the green hills and trees that Raleigh boasts of, so I did what I could to prepare…

This Little Light of Mine.

7/5 ((from Megan)) I wonder if you have eyes to see the light God gave you. Or do you cower under it, emphasizing  the little of the light? Like Kate mentioned on Monday, do you look around the lanes next to you and see the grand sweeping giftedness of the women around you and feel…

Bacon Everything.

7/4 ((from Natalie)) All things work together for good to those who love God Romans 8:28 For as long as I can remember, I have loved painting. By high school, I was art-obsessed and in enough art class electives to consider myself an “artist.”  In my twenties, a somewhat bizarre obsession formed: painting bacon. Yes,…

Awkward, Stumbly, Fast, Crooked Joy.

7/3 ((from Kate)) This week I watched a blind girl run a race. I had stopped by my friend Megan’s house, which turned into long chats over cucumber watermelon juice and making paper princesses with her princesses. That turned into a dinner invitation and that turned into joining their family for their weekly evening at…

Don’t Fix It.

7/2 ((from Abbie)) My husband and I just moved across the country, which was monumental for two home-grown Indiana kids. Besides a few summers abroad here or there, neither of us have ever lived outside of the Hoosier state, and now we are officially Colorado residents. We knew my husband’s career change from accounting to…

What It Costs, What It Tastes Like.

7/1 ((from Eve)) When I read about this week’s theme, one experience immediately came to mind. It happened nearly ten years ago, but it will forever live in my memory as love that rocked my world. I had been living with a new roommate for a few months and though we didn’t know each other…