Those who are living get scarred. Scars are proof of overcoming. Scars are signs of vitality. Scars are evidence of strength. This isn’t such a bad thing.
I didn’t officially join Teachers Write this summer. Still, I’m a junkie for teachers writing and love the inspiration, encouragement, and fun-stuff in this community. Here’s a link to see… Read more favorite bits →
Fonts — Indie Rock; Hammer Keys — downloadedfrom DaFont.com I’ve been thinking it would be fun to start each week with some words. This week I’m looking forward to being… Read more words to start the week… →
“I could not help but think that somewhere along the way we had missed what was radical about our faith and replaced it with what is comfortable.” — David Platt
Today I found a poem in my inbox. As I read the words, tears pricked my eyes (and I’m not really someone who cries much). It’s the timing of the thing… Read more take the time →
Dear Sleep, I like you. You take the big problems of the day, fold them during the night, and show me them in the morning as they actually are: insignificant. You fortify me from germs, saving me from sickness. You protect me from stress. You wrap me in perspective. You restore me. Thank you,Ruth In January I collected this quote from Julie Ackerman — What God accomplishes in our bodies while we drift off to dreamland is nothing short of miraculous. While we do nothing, God replenishes our energy, rebuilds… Read more dear sleep →