I say that wishing I could have intervened, wishing I knew how to convince you that losing a(nother) child deserves at least a few days off. Sure, the procedure didn’t require a hospital stay but…oh honey, your heart. I’m amazed. No, not impressed. Amazed. Amazed you didn’t break.
It’s 8:45pm. I know because my phone buzzes, reminding me to brush my teeth. Begin winding down, Michaela. Begin acting as if nothing else needs to be added to and crossed off today’s list, the one you’ve made as the minutes tick by, the one where every item has been assigned the three stars of […]
I read a piece a few days ago that was so well written, a true breath of fresh air. So, of course, I’m that much more determined to produce top notch work. Of course. It’s definitely something I can whip up every single time I put fingers to keys. And it shouldn’t take too long. […]
in a few weeks i’ll have no choice. zero. zilch. no choice. i’ll have to slow down because my uterus and surrounding area will have experienced a stressful time called myomectomy. it’s a surgical procedure during which fibroids are removed. fibroids are typically, non-cancerous tumors that grow in a space that’s got enough access to […]
There’s an older lady at my church that I’m quite fond. Her love for The Lord is exciting. Perhaps you’ve met people like her. When they talk about their faith journey they look as if they’re going to explode with joy. Her petite size makes that pending explosion all the more enjoyable to experience. She’s […]
There once was a time when I just did ministry. Just did it. No deep queries into minds and patterns. No reading up on the experts’ opinions. Just action. Pure action. So what changed? Those I serve are no longer peers in terms of expectation and experience. Expectations will kick you, kick you hard, all […]
No? Is God mean? To say that He would say “no” sounds so harsh and lacks all the warm fuzziness we’ve often associated with divine Jesus love. To say that God would actually tell me that He won’t fix my eye, and to allow for the inference that there are some things God doesn’t fix […]