Today I’m over on the Nashville Moms Blog where I share my humorous take on motherhood and sleep depravation.
Today I’m over on Her View From Home with a piece for the weary mom.
If I’ve learned anything from my 33 years in this world, it’s that bravery is not a characteristic reserved only for knights, superheroes and soldiers. Bravery is as necessary to being human as is breathing.
The more I learn about the vast size of the universe, and the more I realize how massive and completely other our God is, the more I wrestle with how he can care about this peon named Allison.
We were never meant to be hardened creatures, simplified reminders of the despair in the world. We were sculpted, with all our complexities, to be living, moving images of the beautiful God who made us…
He is life itself and when He inhabits the midnight silence, the rest fades into oblivion and I hear Him whisper that I am loved.
Today I’m over on Her View From Home where I open up about what I’ve learned from being overweight. It’s not something I have discussed publicly until now.
“Is there something wrong with me?” I said to myself as I left the mother’s prayer breakfast. A wave of loneliness enveloped me in an almost physical way as I thought about how I had been in a room with 15 other women yet felt so isolated and alone.