After six weeks away from the city last summer, our adjustment back to city life was a little rough. The first night home, I lay awake listening to sirens scream down Pacific Avenue for certainly ALL NIGHT LOOOOONG while the neighborhood teemed with unaware people … Continue reading Six Weeks of Country
Even in Paradise, humankind has always been meant to live in a relationship of trust with our Creator. God never planned for us to immediately understand and know everything about Him, yet He asks us to love Him anyway.
Today I settled. For months (years, actually), I have determined to photograph some of nature’s shyest and most intriguing creatures by rising before dawn and trekking (automobile style) to a wildlife preserve only 30 minutes from where my mom lives. Doesn’t seem like a hard … Continue reading I Settled
Oops! Looks like someone let some good stuff slip into their yard waste. And look at those sunflowers grow! In a mound of waste, these happy flowers have proudly raised their heads and determined to survive, even though meant to be cast off. They were … Continue reading Good Stuff in the Garbage
When God was enough – When it was enough to think about Him all the time … To constantly sing songs that simply said, “Thank you” To sing because I found Him and His redemption plan amazing. When it was enough to drink in page … Continue reading When God Was Enough
Memorial Day Weekend. Today I remember six people who have run ahead in a journey. I miss them on this earth, yet they are forever in my resolve, in my actions, and in my gratitude. One of them, I never met.
The craziest thing happened last night. The Northwest is known for its spectacular glimpses of bald eagles … just not deep in the city limits of Tacoma … in my tiny back yard.