I am burrowing further into the ease of refereeing lively ninth-grade conversations, and further away from the high-schoolish antics of the adults dialogue.
The other day, I turned over my expired Texas license and officially admitted to the DMV that I am a permanent resident of Mississippi. I’ve been thinking a lot about what that means. Whenever someone asks me what it’s like living in Mississippi, I always say, “The Help.” To clarify, Kathryn Stockett is a genius, […]
It’s been quiet on the blog lately. This fall brought two speaking engagements (a new thing for me), my fifth year of teaching, a new job for my husband, and life with a toddler. But I’m back to share a few thoughts. And I’m trying hard not to apologize for being away. I love writing […]
Wifehood, motherhood, and homemaking are not the beginning and end of my identity. While important, I am allowed to have other gifts and callings.
The phrase “biblical womanhood” is often a sweet Jesus Juke that silences the discontent that could lead us to the Cross.
These two dresses have been a fabulous addition to my fledgling wardrobe. One step closer to having a personal style, y’all. It’s coming!
We must base our understanding of meritorious womanhood on the Gospel that applies to real women.