A Little Space

If you’ve lately noticed my absence from social media, it’s because I’ve been embracing the meaning of the word “space.”

Space to do the important work instead of just write about it. Space to think, to be. Space to experience the joy of my daughters’ daily growth and milestones without the need to document it. Space to give to my marriage from the deep places. Space for God to fully do what he does.

The real, deep work in life is not meant to be the public, broadcast endeavors. It’s in the space you give God to move in the exquisite mundane.

So, if I’m still a little absent from the public eye, it’s because I’m re-arranging furniture, sweeping floors, dusting off shelves, and picking up some clutter as God does His deep work in me.

Love you, my friends.

Published by AllisonGraber

Allison Graber is a Nashville writer and lover of Jesus. She is 14-years married to Lynn, a mix engineer with quiet ways and a loyal spirit. Her two little girls, Ellis and Adeleine, daily coax delight out of her heart. The paradigm through which she sees the world has been built brick-by-brick from her experiences with her Jesus, her love of people, through loss, curiosity, Holy words, and through the surprising joy of motherhood. She writes about these things at allisongraber.com.

One thought on “A Little Space

  1. Good for you and your family. I have been off Facebook for about two months and it has been so refreshing. The only thing I miss is seeing family pictures since I live so far from them.
    God Bless you and your family as you see what is important to you.


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