A Wilderness Musing

A lighthouse futon, a chair in my library, and multi-colored toushak next to window looking out into my garden- each of these spots holds memories of different seasons.  It was on the futon that I battled loneliness and the insecurities that came from being a mom of two little ones.  In my library chair, I journaled about my struggles as a homeschool mom […]

My Word for 2018: Connection

Looking back, my last word of the year (Deeper) was in 2014.   It ended up being the perfect word for a year of evacuations, loss, and flexibility.  By the end of the year, we had a deeper trust in God and deeper commitment to the call He had for us in that season.  Our family was also closer than we had […]

What’s Keeping Me Sane (February 2018 edition)

Some seasons especially the winter season can seem longer than others.  I remember feeling like winter would never end when I lived in Central Asia.  Here I only have two seasons-rainy and dry, but it often seems like rainy season goes on forever.  Lucky for me, I am in dry season and enjoying it.   So why am I doing a post […]