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Yes, but

We are entering what historically has proven to be an intense time of year in our family. Kids born into difficult circumstances canView full post »

rain drop miracles

I was reminded this morning how miracles don’t always arrive as instantaneous lightning bolts and flash floods of relief. The small,View full post »

My Awe-Full Life {2013 review and 2014 plans}

Greetings friends, on this final sun-up to down of 2013. As I have hinted here and on other social media outlets, our little adoption blogView full post »

Mondays, Messengers, and Mountains

I searched for her every day following our Monday morning encounter, one week ago. Eyes, scanning the fields and hillsides, yet she made noView full post »

Learning to Love as Five || Lulu’s first year Home

Hello!  [blows five inches of dust off blog] If anyone is still out there…Hope you are well. Between Instagram, facebook, and thatView full post »

Revisiting Derailment

Back before I really started using this blog as my main source of sharing bits of writing, I published this post on my photography blog.View full post »

Home for Christmas

The word “Home” has taken on such deep meaning these past few years. Tonight, it resonates particularly as we celebrate aView full post »

With Thanksgiving, one year later

One year ago Rob and I were spending Thanksgiving on the other side of the globe in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – laying eyes and love onView full post »

Gratitude: the New Normal

For a couple of years now I keep thinking life is surely nearing an exhale. I daydream of taking a breath from the backside of an ebb, andView full post »

Tiggers and Lulus Bounce

For some reason every time I watch this I think of all of Lulu’s friends from the transition home she lived in for her first year ofView full post »

Evidence of my demise

For those of you who have known me for a long time, possibly pre-kids or even the me with one child, and have wondered what happened to theView full post »