Tag: Mercy

how to craft an artisan healing (part 1)

how to craft an artisan healing (part 1)

Tiny acts of intention matter inside us at times when we feel like our season has been handed to us like a deli number.
(Disclaimer; you may get hungry reading this. Best bring a snack.)

#31daysoffrailty | PERMISSION

#31daysoffrailty | PERMISSION

When I chose this topic, frailty, as the thing I would write about every day for the month of October, along with all the beautifully diverse bloggers of #write31days (YOU GUYS ARE SO AWESOME), I differentiated frailty from vulnerability in my mind.  Vulnerability, as defined by […]

#31daysoffrailty | STRAYS

I asked my friend – who lives far away and has been acquainting herself slowly with a new land and a foreign folk for the past few years – how she was doing recently.  Oh, the this and the that, it’s all going good.  Job’s […]

bugs, noticing, and the pregnant phenomenon

Have you ever noticed that you’re keenly tuned in to the things in your world that mirror your own choices?  There is a common human experience of noticing what is important to us reflected in our worlds.  I’m sure there is a name for it, […]

mercy, blindness, and the rug

I love dates.  This is one of those qualifiers that separate people into two categories: you’re either a Date Person or you are Not A Date Person.  I remember dates and mark anniversaries – oh, not in a lets-all-have-cake kind of way, but in a […]