Out my Window: Beautiful weather. Sunshine! So thankful for this. Also I was surprised by a beautiful moon. Enjoying: The wonderful temperatures. Being able to take students outside. A new candle from a friend, pomelo coconut... so good. Flowers from a sweet friend and my son from Mothers' Day still alive. Listening to: Silence and … Continue reading Daybook
I have replaced my MP3 player with a camera as I go out on my "schlogs". I have been allowing myself to do more walking than jogging as I continue to practice this resurrection life. It is too tempting for me still to be efficient in exercise, to just check it off the to do … Continue reading Practicing Resurrection Day 30
This necklace has become part of my wardrobe on most days, especially on subbing days. It is a heart made by the blacksmith Michael Martin from a reclaimed and repurposed gun. He and Shane Claiborne did a recent tour that I was able to attend for their new book Beating Guns: Hope for People Weary … Continue reading Practicing Resurrection Day 24
I thought it was an eagle's nest, but zoomed in to find the craftmen were a pair of osprey. Every time I drive by I have to pull over and admire their workmanship. These birds started from scratch and added huge sticks to make this intricate nest on top of a pole. I sat and … Continue reading Practicing Resurrection Day 22
"6:21am," my son told me the time the sun would rise in the morning. As much as I love sleeping in, there is something that calls me to join in the welcoming of a new day when I am at the ocean. I love watching in anticipation, waiting for the sun to pop out of … Continue reading Practicing Resurrection Day 17
The middle of the flower caught my eye, so bright and so intricate. Such creativity and beauty paired with form and function, so ornate for such a practical job. All of creation declares God's glory.