Tag Archive: Faith

Be Still

/ / I’m sometimes amazed {maybe not as often as I should be} at how God works and gives us His word in His timing, at times he sees fit for us. Sometimes,… Continue reading

What a Day That Will Be!

/ / Ever since using ⇧those⇧ words to end yesterday’s post, I’ve had this all-time favorite song of mine on the brain. Why keep such a great song with such a great reminder by such an awesome musician… Continue reading

One Century in This Life… ‘Ever With the Lord in the Next

/ / 1 For we know that if the tent that is our earthly home is destroyed, we have a building from God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens.… Continue reading

A Song of Faith

/ / A friend sent me a link to this song today. She told me she was praying for me while listening to it the other day. What I love about the song… Continue reading

Nothing but Silence

/ / “There are times when God sends thunder to stir us. There are times when God sends blessings to lure us. But then there are times when God sends nothing but silence… Continue reading

Reflections on Christmas and 25 Favorite Christmas Recordings Before I Take an Indefinite Break

/ / Lots of pictures and words tonight. But this is sort of a post for many days… for days past and days ahead… so it’s a long one.          … Continue reading

A Different Letter, One Year Earlier

/ / A couple of days ago, I wrote a letter to Anysia on her first birthday. It is the first I’ve ever written, but hopefully not the last. Today, I wanted to… Continue reading

40/52

“A portrait {or three} of my child, once a week, every week, in 2014.” / / Izzy—Sleeping on the office couch in a position I’ve never seen before… one I just had to… Continue reading

39/52

“A portrait of my child, once a week, every week, in 2014.” / / Izzy—Climbing {or trying to} up dada’s back at our annual beach outing for my birthday. . . I have no… Continue reading

Nine Months with Her, Nine Months Without

/ / A perfect storm arose today, and I buckled under it. Somewhere around 4:00 or 5:00, the most surprising and impactful unexpected wave of grief came up from behind and struck me down.… Continue reading

The Dust of His Feet

/ / Some days, Mr. B and I talk about how we feel like there is a dark cloud over every part of life. From the very small… or over the smallness that… Continue reading

Gravity and The Worst Day of My Life – What I Remember Before I Forget

/ / grav•i•ty [grav-i-tee] 1. the force of attraction by which terrestrial bodies tend to fall toward the center of the earth. 2. heaviness or weight. 3. gravitation in general 4. acceleration of… Continue reading

Do You Not Perceive It?

/ / Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert. Isaiah 43:19… Continue reading

On Trees and the Difference a Year Can Make / / What I Remember, Before I Forget

/ / I should be in bed right now, getting well-rested for the play date Izzy and I have in the morning with two of our favorite people. But I really wanted to… Continue reading

What I Remember, Before I Forget

/ / I’ve tried to sit down to write this post for several weeks, and never once did I even make it past the title. I knew, since the moment I thought of… Continue reading

On Our Hearts

/ / I’ve debated whether or not to put this out there… these things we are learning about ourselves and others and grief, and how to navigate the delicate and intricate waters where… Continue reading

January 6th Land

/ / Bad days seem to be every-other lately. Yesterday was not all that difficult. Logically, then, I guess I don’t really have to explain what kind of day today was. I was… Continue reading

Peace of God

/ / How I need reminder of verses like these lately. Peace. I long for peace. Even when I’m 99.9% there, there’s a sliver of doubt. I keep coming back to. It’s natural… Continue reading

Christmas Time

{above photo property of Imago} / / As I wrote about yesterday, it just doesn’t quite feel like Christmas this year. I wonder if this is because, in some ways, I don’t want… Continue reading