I skipped up to the tree – He smiled down at me. I asked, “Why let your gold leaves fall?” “There’s nothing, dear, to it at… Read more “I skipped up to the tree”
Warning: This is going to be a montage of all my scrambled thoughts, a tribute to my first blog post. I’m back in the place where it… Read more “back, way back”
Every one lives in a cage. For some, it’s their emotions. For others, it’s popping pills. And for me – for me it’s myself. It’s the thing… Read more “The stages of cages”
Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable to you, O LORD, my rock and my redeemer. Psalm 19 By Callie… Read more “a springtime meditation”
Regret. Simple. Wholesome. Relation. Nature. Berries. Mankind. Health. Happiness. Inspiration I remember picking raspberries from my neighbor’s yard through the fence. I always tried to find… Read more “Picking berries”
I plop down on my green swing, plugging in my headphones to listen to Pandora. I kick off the ground made of dirt, beginning to pump my… Read more “The art of living”
I looked all around me to see hands in the air, eyes closed, heads bowed. I stood in chapel, looking around me, wondering why I was there.… Read more “looking”
33 clothing items for 3 months. That may seem like a lot or a little to some of you, but for me, I just donated half of my wardrobe the other day and still have too much.
After going to Guatemala for a month, I’m realizing how little I actually need, and how the excess in my life is causing me anxiety. So I’ve decided to take on the 333 Project for the next 3 months.
People are hurting. People are mourning. On Bethel’s campus, students of color, women, and the LGBTQ+ community are all expressing feelings of fear, because America has just… Read more “Why saying “God is in control” is not helpful”