The angels have been weeping for much longer than we have. Today’s headlines do not catch them by surprise. They… Read more A lament for the sins of men
Welcome, friends! Pull up a cupcake. It’s been a full couple of months since my last newsletter, and I have… Read more January newsletter!!
Hello friends! For those of you who have followed me here from Ten Thousand Places, welcome! I hope you like… Read more November newsletter!!
If you haven’t experienced depression yourself, it can be difficult to understand what your loved one is going through. Your… Read more Twenty ways to say, “I love you” to someone who is depressed
Last week was February vacation for Boston public schools, so I had the six year old in addition to her… Read more We need less sticks, or, the one with the chalk is in charge
My black one-piece is a little tight, but it’s reliable, holding my body firmly but gently in an almost therapeutic… Read more Swimming
“Look! Look! Look!” cried Lucy. “Where? What?” asked everyone. “The Lion,” said Lucy. “Aslan himself. Didn’t you see?” Her face… Read more On women (bloggers) and authority
Four days ago in London a man climbed onto a bridge to end his life, and passersby gathered around him… Read more Love your neighbor as yourself
I rescued two lost things last week. One was my responsibility, and one was not. One I’d lost myself (though… Read more Prayers for lost things
I woke up early to write, but what does it look like to write this morning? What does it look… Read more Give me my one chance to grab the torch and properly hold it