Sabotaging Big Days
14 December 2017 | 9:07 pm

Tracking your history, have you noticed that Christmas produces an inevitable cocktail of unintentional sabotage, overreactions, and meltdowns (or total withdrawal)? Do the best of days ended in tears, yelling, and devastation? Do you end the season curled up in a ball, confused how these lovely moments keep going sideways? Big Day Sabotage is no…

Whole30: A Lazy Girl’s Tale
4 May 2017 | 5:00 pm

Once upon a time, a girl ate whatever she wanted and quit exercising and treated her body like a dumpster fire and then she couldn’t fit into any of her pants. The chubby girl cried. Also all her joints cried. The end. I can’t possibly imagine what is wrong with a steady diet of goat…

My Saddest Good Friday in Memory: When Treasured Things are Dead
14 April 2017 | 5:00 pm

I spent a bit of time yesterday reading pieces I’ve written on Good Friday for the last several years. They all have a different tone, a different perspective, a different sense of the day Jesus saved the world. This year is different yet again. If you’ll permit me grace to speak absolutely plainly, I’ll tell…

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