It’s coming up on a year. How the time flies. You were just here. I can still feel you by my side. When I look at pictures, I can feel your presence. The way you move. The familiar way you move your hands. The stupid way you run. The way your face moves from each… Continue reading Shouts of You
I went to confession for the first time in a loooong time the other day. I’ve been holding back because I haven’t been able to figure out how I’m feeling about my faith. I still believe in it all, but I’m in a rut, and I can’t figure out if I’m mad or… Continue reading When your burdens get in your way…
6 months. It has been six months. It feels like forever and just the other day at the same time. I feel like I will see her at any moment, that I just hung out with the girl in the pictures that I look through, that there are more pictures to come, that I will… Continue reading Six months +
I find it so interesting how your brain allows you to process things. The key word here is allows (you don’t really have a choice). I keep going through these circles in my mind. I keep trying to process the fact that Ryane is gone, but it’s like I relapse into ignorance over and over again.… Continue reading The Brain’s Self-defense.
The terrible twos, the fanatic fours, and the many other terms of endearment that parents across the world have come to coin the various facets of raising children. It is an amazing, terrifying, exhausting, and beautiful struggle, absent of any handbook, courtesy of trial and error. Because of this, we are bound to measure our… Continue reading The Spotter: a life lesson off the court.
No, this can’t possibly be what you are calling me to do…I mean God, are you sure? Maybe I am misunderstanding, this can’t be right. I need to pray on this more. I was sure that I was completely off the mark on this one. I found myself going onto the website, researching information, then… Continue reading Being Obedient to God’s Call, Even When it’s Beyond Your Understanding
When I scroll through my newsfeed I become inundated with exhaustion. I consider myself more of a red-letter Christian, focused on reflecting who Jesus has called me to be, studying His truth, building my relationship with Him and trying to forget everything that religion has fed me. I am friends with many believers, yet I am confused…where did… Continue reading Christianity…Lost in Translation?