What would you do if you had 24 hours to live? Talk about a heavy question. A favorite writer of mine, Alexandra Franzen, recently posed this question–one she addresses in her new book, “So This is the End: A Love Story.” Trying to imagine what you’d do with your last 24 hours on earth is…Read more »
There are few things I like more than snail mail. When someone takes the time to hand write a note or pick out a thoughtful gift for you, then buys the postage and sends it across world, or the country, or even the street. Something about that whole process is just so full of love.…Read more »
My wishes for myself and all the world. What do you wish for?
GRATITUDESDAY Last week I had really good intentions of officially kicking off #gratitudesday (thanks for the name, Meryl!) this week – aka posting about something I’m grateful for every Tuesday. Yesterday I had all these ideas on my brain about where I would start. And then you know what happened? I tried to go to…Read more »
My husband and I have been together for 15 years next month and married for seven years today! Recently, after a day of road tripping and exploring, I looked down and realized in a humbling moment of recognition and familiarity, just how lucky we are. I snapped this picture to remember it. Just a casual…Read more »
The neighbor came home from work and pulled into her driveway. We all waved at her as she gathered her things from the car and headed into her house. And that’s when we heard it.
As children, I think most people are afraid of the dark. Shadows become monsters, wind becomes howling animals, routine creaks and clicks become scary witches or alligators beneath your bed. But, honestly, I never grew out of being afraid of the dark. Not in the same sense as when I was a kid – I…Read more »