August Lookback

For those of you who are new here or have wondered about my “newsletter” tab, I thought I would include a short update. If you have been following my blog through WordPress, you likely receive automated post notifications. Recently, I began a weekly newsletter through Mailchimp in which you will receive emails directly from me. Though I do not yet have a pop-up form on the blog, I created a “newsletter” tab if you would like to join my email list. I am so thankful for each one of you, and would love to have you join me. Now, for my monthly lookback…

Catching myself call our hotel room “home”

Groundhog day–every day; thankful for some form of constancy

My bunny free-roaming our room and peeking into the “kitchen” for treats

A sunny day turned stormy–laughing as we get poured on

An open meadow just beyond a wooded path by our hotel–a place of prayer and refuge

A new journal that reminds me of heaven

Nearly ten thousand words in just over a month

Prayed over my a stranger–the people God puts in our paths

The redemptive story tucked between Judges and 1 Samuel

Morning rhythms in the Word

Bunny chewed chords

Lemon-flavored Liquid IV

World War II novels–The Curator’s Daughter; Hidden Among the Stars; The White Rose Resists

Chronic Illness: Walking by Faith

Pasting verse cards on cupboards

Restless by Audrey Assad

Glory by 20schemes

Weak wi-fi

Typing and cooking at our counter/table/desk

Key Lime Pie Smoothie

Banana cinnamon cold brew latte

Flowy dresses for an evening out

Blue and orange sunsets over busy roads

My bunny chasing my cat across the bed

Two weeks into treatment

Scars in Heaven by Casting Crowns

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