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The Three Most Common Quiet Time Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)

Want to be my hero? Feed me pumpkin scones. Once upon a time, I was a barista when a girlfriend came into the coffee shop and ordered a pumpkin scone. “I’ve never had one!” I said, handing her the bag. She looked at me as if I said I’d never seen a pumpkin before. Later...

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The Last Eleven Months: 08

These words are part of a collection of writings from the final months of our ten-year-long journey of delayed fertility. In them, I’m pulling back the privacy-curtain and taking you inside the pages of my prayer journals to give insight to those who have not experienced infertility, and hope to those neck-deep in the lonely-midst of it....

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How to Create a Quiet Time Habit

Oh, hello September. Look at you, lookin’ all shiny and beautiful and almost-fall-like. I hate to say it, but these lingering summer days are numbered. Actually, who am I kidding? This once upon a time Maui-dweller hasn’t seen fall in five years and I can’t wait for the chillier temperatures and cozy smell in the...

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Sinking in to Cable Knit

We were just weeks into making Maui our home when I tried to convince myself that I could have the best of both worlds: every day, summertime living by day and sinking into the ideal sleep-weight of a down comforter by night. Josh laughed at me when I came home with the fluffy purchase. “Just...

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The Last Eleven Months: 07

These words are part of a collection of writings from the final months of our ten-year-long journey of delayed fertility. In them, I’m pulling back the privacy-curtain and taking you inside the pages of my prayer journals to give insight to those who have not experienced infertility, and hope to those neck-deep in the lonely-midst of it....

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The Three Most Common Quiet Time Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)

Want to be my hero? Feed me pumpkin scones. Once upon a time, I was a barista when a girlfriend came into the coffee shop and ordered a pumpkin scone. “I’ve never had one!” I said, handing her the bag. She looked at me as if I said I’d never seen a pumpkin before. Later...

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The Last Eleven Months: 08

These words are part of a collection of writings from the final months of our ten-year-long journey of delayed fertility. In them, I’m pulling back the privacy-curtain and taking you inside the pages of my prayer journals to give insight to those who have not experienced infertility, and hope to those neck-deep in the lonely-midst of it....

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How to Create a Quiet Time Habit

Oh, hello September. Look at you, lookin’ all shiny and beautiful and almost-fall-like. I hate to say it, but these lingering summer days are numbered. Actually, who am I kidding? This once upon a time Maui-dweller hasn’t seen fall in five years and I can’t wait for the chillier temperatures and cozy smell in the...

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Sinking in to Cable Knit

We were just weeks into making Maui our home when I tried to convince myself that I could have the best of both worlds: every day, summertime living by day and sinking into the ideal sleep-weight of a down comforter by night. Josh laughed at me when I came home with the fluffy purchase. “Just...

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The Last Eleven Months: 07

These words are part of a collection of writings from the final months of our ten-year-long journey of delayed fertility. In them, I’m pulling back the privacy-curtain and taking you inside the pages of my prayer journals to give insight to those who have not experienced infertility, and hope to those neck-deep in the lonely-midst of it....

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