I didn’t expect to miss my baby when she’s sleeping. Things nobody tells you. Can’t believe this was just 5 months ago. Seems like forever.
I participated in the the Worldwide WordPress 5K today – I’m glad that Automattic organizes this virtual event. When you work on a computer all day, it’s easy to remain sedentary and neglect time outdoors. I run mostly for the love of beer but right now I’m also trying to get ready for our annual … Continue reading Worldwide WordPress 5k
Elliot Elizabeth Gooding was born two weeks early on the evening of August 3rd. She was wide awake and very alert from day 1, ready to find out what the world is all about. She’s now six weeks old. This has been the longest and most challenging six weeks of my life but also the … Continue reading Hello World: This is Elliot
Today one of my favorite authors died. Elisabeth Elliot’s words had a profound impact on me as a young girl and helped shape my thinking, especially on the topics of loneliness and patience. Her no nonsense writing style and constant encouragement to avoid self-pity were an inspiration to me. These are hard words but I’ve … Continue reading Paths Leading Home
Most of the work of this recipe is chop, chop, chopping everything up but you’ll be eating it for days. 🙂 Ingredients: 2-3 boneless skinless chicken breasts 1 small cabbage 2 apples 1 onion 1 package of almond slices Approx. 1 cup of mayo Lemon juice Salt & Pepper Cook the chicken in a pan … Continue reading My Famous Chicken Salad Recipe
Christ came to redeem for all times and seasons. Only my flagging, drowsy devotion relegates his influence to an annual holiday. But every day, I get to try it again. I try to awake to the truth that every day is as sacred as the next…
It is one of the great troubles of life that we cannot have any unmixed emotions. There is always something in our enemy that we like, and something in our sweetheart that we dislike.