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A Fairly Ordinary Friday.

Today was a fairly ordinary day. My husband took the morning off his job to accompany me to go meet someone for something I’m working on. I’m so grateful it wasn’t a time-waster for him, because when I confessed my fear, of having him feel his time went wasted, he told me he actually got much out of the time spent accompanying me. God works in amazing ways.

Then, as the day went by, the husband got funnier and funnier. In ways that only he can, in ways that only I find funny.

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Labels and gluckschmerz

  On this curious Thursday afternoon, I was cross-checking fabrics in my closet that are cruelty-free with the guidance of a few lists that came up on Google. Then I had this epiphany: You can put any label out into the world for your life decisions (“vegan”, “cruelty-free”, “eco-conscious”), or a combination of some and re-create a […]

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Great people

  My eldest brother recently taught me that great people aren’t larger than life after all. They’re just people with whom you leave feeling greater than when they found you.  Other stories you might like:What’s your type? I’m an INFJ: Myers-Briggs TypeWe fear more than we love. We perfect ourselves more than weH – 2 […]

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Get out, get wild, and get to work.

  Sometimes I wonder why avid readers like myself love reading so much. I think it’s a wonderful way to get outside of yourself. It gives you perspective. Experiencing people’s stories in-depth also keeps the power of your imagination alive. It’s as if the character has invited you over for tea. He or she gives […]

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That moment when you catch the lion attacking you

  Funny thing is, we spend most of our time (hence, our lives) on things that won’t even matter once we leave this world than on things that do. Momentary things like endlessly scrolling Facebook feed, stalking celebrity news like a night owl, choosing the perfect Instagram filters, and so on. I just caught myself […]

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