PHFR – On Writing a Novel (Or Not, As the Case May Be)

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~Capturing the context of contentment in everyday life, as inspired by the women at Like Mother, Like Daughter~ {Pretty} I know, I know. It seems all I ever do is post photos of the sky, especially this time of year. But we get such lovely sunsets and sunrises around here. I’m grateful for their fleeting beauty, … Continue reading "PHFR – On Writing a Novel (Or Not, As the Case May Be)"

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{PHFR} – Beautiful Girls in a Not-Always-Beautiful World

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~Capturing the context of contentment in everyday life, as inspired by the women at Like Mother, Like Daughter~ Confession: As you may notice by the outfits, most of these moments were captured on the same day. The past week has been a bit crazy: Jonathan was gone for a quick weekend work trip, and Abby had … Continue reading "{PHFR} – Beautiful Girls in a Not-Always-Beautiful World"

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On Eating Snacks and Wearing Underwear and Finding A Vision for My Life

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Sunday morning finds me in the living room of the ministry where we gather for community, for fellowship, for worship. (In other words: church). Jonathan is home, sick, in bed, so I’m alone with my two girls. No, that isn’t quite right. I’m not alone. I am in the midst of friends and family, of … Continue reading "On Eating Snacks and Wearing Underwear and Finding A Vision for My Life"

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Advent: A Re-Framing

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This space has been quiet for the past few months. There are many reasons for this: I’ve focused my limited writing time on world-building, stretching my fiction wings; the planet’s most lovable four-month-old gave up sleeping through the night, requesting quality bonding time at hours when reasonable people are not awake; we’ve enjoyed parties and Christmas happenings … Continue reading "Advent: A Re-Framing"

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