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I often pray for you when I’m writing. I pray that the eyes that read these words will find a deep joy, a healing, and comfort through whatever I write. I am thankful for you, and also feel a sense of friendship through the interaction and conversations many of us have had or will have. Your story matters.
There have been seasons where I saw nothing but darkness and wondered why or how I’d ever get through some times, but what I’ve seen now is that Christ has used what I viewed as broken or ugly to create encouragement for someone who finds themselves in a place where they’re seeking hope and light.
If you’re going through or have been through a season of drought emotionally, mentally, and spiritually, then you may know or see how that has shaped you. I’ve been shaped by those times and now can solidly say my seasons of drought have been the most “soaked in wisdom” I’ve experienced since my story began. I know that God brings beauty from ashes.
I pray that what you’ll find encouragement through my scribbles, tears, laughter, mess, and hope.
Thanks for reading!
I woke up at the beginning of November feeling all sorts of feelings. Anxious, annoyed, hopeful, tired, lonely, excited…it was quite the confusing mix. Hopeful because it was no longer October, and tired because our world is hurting. Anxious because people are fighting all over. Annoyed because I desire peace, love, & healing. Lonely because […]
I wrote this years ago in my journal. Not knowing that I would ever share it publicly. It has since gone viral on pinterest when I saved it to my journal board (I used to share random encouragement/words there before I blogged). I didn’t think others would see it but I thought maybe it would […]
The gloomy day in October reminds my mind and body of so much pain and hurt I’ve experienced. But this October is different. I’ve felt this before each year that passes. It’s not fresh, but it’s still present. Grief comes in waves, yet such a steady flow. This feeling makes me bend and at times […]
“Brace yourself like a man” the words God spoke to Job before He answered his many questions of “why?” I remember reading that in the thick of my suffering and being confused. But that’s actually the interesting part about it. Bracing yourself like a man, because that’s what we are and the language we speak. […]
Our words are impactful. As I silenced the noise in Montana, I wrote on a yellow pad of paper and recognized the words I wrote had impact because the noise was hushed. It was just the pen, paper, & me. I could write edifying words, ones that glorify the Lord, or tear me down. But […]
Ripped pages and torn paper, taped edges and tear stains…if I could wrap my life up into a picturesque phrase it would be, “just like a scrapbook.” Some people’s scrapbooks are perfect and printed. Some have ribbons and hand made art. Mine has ripped pieces, kraft tape holding pages together and tears spreading ink. But […]
My fiancé, Luke, and I have noticed that when we may be tempted to go past our boundaries, God has protected us. At least we feel it’s God’s way of protecting us. Here is an example: Get your popcorn ready, this is gonna be a good one. This is a story for, “what not to […]
I have shared more recently about parts of my story. For the past nearly 5 years I have dealt with suffering. I was in a car accident nearly 5 years ago that changed my life. I have dealt with a lot of pain and suffering, and some of that being PTSD/anxiety and depression. I wanted […]
Hi, it’s Tay. It’s been awhile since I shared on here for many reasons. But one of those reasons is because I think I have needed this time for some healing. It’s a part of growing. It’s a part of recognizing that I am an incomplete piece of pottery that God is continually molding. Sometimes […]