On Going to the Funeral

Sometimes choosing to postpone your personal agenda for someone else’s need is the greatest decision you’ll ever make.

My friend Tressa shared these words today, and I read them on my way home from a funeral. A funeral that my beloved and I took time off work to attend. A funeral that meant we had […]

When You Need to Remember Truth

Every day holds so many opportunities to let truth slip – with our minds like sieves and hearts easily forgetting what has come before.

In February, I sat with a couple thousand women in Austin, listening to messages of bravery, of laying down those things that hinder, of choosing life instead of death, of deciding […]

Day 17 – There will be times

There will be times, Child, when it feels like the rug has been pulled from beneath your feet, and you’re shaken to your core.

These times will come when you least expect it. Days when gunshots ring through Parliament and the supposedly safe country you live in seems confused and shocked and without answers. […]