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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.
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About a week ago, Luke, surprised me with a week getaway. He knew that by the end of March our life will begin to change in some ways (he starts his job) and we had said that during his in-between season we would get away together. But as life changed so much in 2020 with […]
Hi! I am so excited to open up my blog and start writing again. It’s been awhile. I got pretty busy and was juggling a lot at once. I definitely want and love writing and sharing here. So It isn’t that I stopped because I got bored of it or because I was lacking creativity […]
Here is a little wedding planning update for all of those who have been following along and are interested in planning. My mother in law and her besties threw me a bridal brunch and it was SO fun and so beautiful. Aunt Margaret (close family friend) packed her suitcases full of plants from her garden […]