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Living off of Vintage Harvest

If you receive my personal letters to your inbox, you already know: I took a little bit of an under-the-radar summer sabbatical these last few months, quietly slipping into our home-haven with this brood to squeeze out every fleeting second of a season that I know is sure to fly by in a blink. All...

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Because You Fight Fire with Fire

I’ve had a fire in my belly for two weeks now. But I’ve been sitting on my words. Because, to be honest, I’m pretty battle-weary. My three-year-old and I battled a couple of nights ago – a war of will and lay-down-and-sleep at 1:30 in the morning – and I feel the aftermath in every...

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The All-Encompassing Goodness of God

In January, I left the babes at home to trek one town over and peek at a used SUV. We had been looking for weeks, anticipating baby girl’s arrival and needing to upgrade our car space. But the back wasn’t wide enough for three car seats and there was a faint smell of old cigarette...

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The Plague Will Not Destroy Me

I lay on the floor on a Friday evening 27 days ago, legs stretched out long, arms flat at my sides, palms up. I was at the tail end of a “yoga for anxiety” video I found on youtube, and I turned my head to look out the window. The snow had just started falling...

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Introducing Our Baby Girl

Josh was 45 hours away from a 3-1/2 day business trip halfway across the country when I went in for my 39-week appointment to check on baby girl’s status. It turned out that my belly was measuring the same as (if not slightly smaller than) the previous week’s, and they sent me in for a...

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Living off of Vintage Harvest

If you receive my personal letters to your inbox, you already know: I took a little bit of an under-the-radar summer sabbatical these last few months, quietly slipping into our home-haven with this brood to squeeze out every fleeting second of a season that I know is sure to fly by in a blink. All...

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Because You Fight Fire with Fire

I’ve had a fire in my belly for two weeks now. But I’ve been sitting on my words. Because, to be honest, I’m pretty battle-weary. My three-year-old and I battled a couple of nights ago – a war of will and lay-down-and-sleep at 1:30 in the morning – and I feel the aftermath in every...

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The All-Encompassing Goodness of God

In January, I left the babes at home to trek one town over and peek at a used SUV. We had been looking for weeks, anticipating baby girl’s arrival and needing to upgrade our car space. But the back wasn’t wide enough for three car seats and there was a faint smell of old cigarette...

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The Plague Will Not Destroy Me

I lay on the floor on a Friday evening 27 days ago, legs stretched out long, arms flat at my sides, palms up. I was at the tail end of a “yoga for anxiety” video I found on youtube, and I turned my head to look out the window. The snow had just started falling...

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Introducing Our Baby Girl

Josh was 45 hours away from a 3-1/2 day business trip halfway across the country when I went in for my 39-week appointment to check on baby girl’s status. It turned out that my belly was measuring the same as (if not slightly smaller than) the previous week’s, and they sent me in for a...

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