We read Jonah's prayer this week in my Friday morning women's small group: "Then Jonah prayed unto Jehovah his God out of the fish's belly. And he said, ' I called by reason of mine affliction unto Jehovah, And he answered me; Out of the belly of Sheol cried I, And thou heardest my voice.For … Continue reading In the belly of a fish.
This was from a few weekends ago at Garden of the Gods. My husband snapped it from his phone and just showed me this week. It was the last really nice day before the cold and snow set in. It was a day that we woke up together as a family. It was a day … Continue reading Joyful, Joyful
I've never been a big fan of scary movies. On Halloween night, I usually prefer to stay at home and pass out candy while watching movies. My favorite is Practical Magic. It's one of my favorite movies--not just for Halloween night. I love this movie for any night. Truth. I do have a minor obsession … Continue reading Practical Magic.
Sunday was one of those days. We woke up, got ready for church, and Easton fell asleep right about the time we were supposed to head out the door. We were on our last diaper and out of laundry detergent anyway, so I knew after church we'd be making a quick Target trip on our … Continue reading Thank Goodness. Thank God.
First, I've only run one full marathon. This picture was taken at the finish of the 2007 Colorado Marathon. I'm the short one (which is strange, since I'm 5'10"!). Second, I've only had one child. He's 9 months old. So, I can't really qualify myself as an expert at either thing--marathons or mommying. However, I … Continue reading 10 Ways Running A Marathon is Like Motherhood.
When I was pregnant, I imagined all the time what life would be like with a sweet little baby in my arms. I envisioned how sweet life would be, and the things we would do together. I imagined how motherhood would look, and I wanted to look like so many of the pictures I had … Continue reading Happy International Babywearing Week!
Yesterday, I went to church. I've been a sporadic church goer for years, and I'm trying to make it a point to be more consistent about it. Not because I think going to church makes me a better Christian or is the only way to be a better or even decent person. There are many … Continue reading A Season for Everything.