"How deep the Father's love for us How vast beyond all measure That He should give His only Son To make a wretch His treasure" -Stuart Townend
Have you ever been knitting happily along and suddenly noticed that you purled where you were supposed to knit . . . 8 rows ago? One thing I love about having live stitches in knitting is that it is relatively simple to unknit down to the mistake, fix it, and pick the stitches back up… Continue reading How to Fix a Knitting Mistake Without Unraveling
...so abused as a toddler whose mother just went to the bathroom and shut the door.
My firstborn was 3 or 4 months, and my hair was in a bad state. I really wanted a haircut, but baby logistics were posing a problem. I didn't have anyone who could babysit at that point, and I didn't want to bring my infant to an appointment scheduled a week in advance because I… Continue reading The Wrong Color
...is my life verse.
...is like thinking you ate all your food but finding a chunk of juicy meat hiding at the bottom of one of your ribs.
There is a reason I slept through the night consistently starting when I was only 5 weeks old. I need my sleep, more than anyone I know, except perhaps my husband. In fact, I'm known for it. Being the new kid senior year of high school at a small, private school, I didn't exactly make… Continue reading How Not to Handle Sleep Deprivation
n. A condition characterized by the inability to enjoy a movie at the theater, waking up in a panic thinking a child is screaming when there is no screaming, and being unable to shake the feeling that there is poop lurking somewhere nearby.
...be the kind of person who laugh reacts their own Facebook post.
Brothers and sisters, let's get something straight. Nothing is more harmful to you than sin, and nothing is more powerful to help, protect, and heal you than our Lord, the one and triune God. Agreed? Good. Now listen to this and see if it sounds familiar. In a Christian women's group I am in on… Continue reading Let us not be distracted in how we love one another.