I never really imagined that not everyone grew up without music being a normal part of their everyday life.
Sometimes, I wonder if God stays in the lines when He colors. I’m a stay in the lines kinda girl myself. When I think about the paths I’ve taken in my life, however, I realized that God rarely takes me in a straight line from Point A to the Point B’s. Rarely have I prayed… Continue reading God and straight lines
I wish I liked basketball. Really, I do. I had never watched a day of football in my life until I met my husband. We only had one tv when we moved in together, so if we wanted to spend Sundays together, I had to adapt to football. I watched, I asked questions, I learned.… Continue reading Mad at March Madness
I’m convinced that whomever came up with the saying “it takes a village” did not ever get to experience the difference between a village and a tribe. I’m not being literal here; most of us don’t ever really experience either of these on a literal level. Nowadays, both of these terms are vernacular for “the… Continue reading It takes a tribe, not a village
If you’re anything like me, your life consists of wearing lots of different hats throughout the week. On any given day, I might start at the dry cleaners, go to work for the day, then scrub toilets and end it at a black tie event posing for pictures with people I never dreamed I’d meet.… Continue reading We’re gonna need a bigger closet