Enough is merely enough: On needing a Saviour

Enough is merely enough: On needing a Saviour

“I am enough” is a mantra I’ve carried close to my heart these last few years. Brené Brown taught me about being enough with her meditations on the Gifts of Imperfection. Parenthood forced me to acknowledge both what I cannot do and how to show up imperfectly for my...
Advent: Learning to love the longing

Advent: Learning to love the longing

Image by Pezibear from Pixabay  Longing is a place I visit frequently, passing through on the way to somewhere else. The floor is worn at the entrance way and in front of the window, where walking gently back and forth has left its mark. The chair...
Making space inside to receive what (and who) is…

Making space inside to receive what (and who) is…

Photo Credit: Brian Zimmer Space was not on my mind when I began a dream job at 23, four months pregnant. I thought the job would be decades away when we decided to try for a first baby. And life happened differently than I planned. I moved into an office and set up...
Saving (and sacred) work in pandemic living

Saving (and sacred) work in pandemic living

Saving the open document on my computer, I close my door with intention, mentally leaving the worries of work inside my office. I wish my coworkers a good evening and check in with myself as I walk to daycare. We drive to school to pick up the big three while I review...