pen to PAPER

Write it down. All of it. Daily. Journal it, record it, jot it, type it. Just write it down. This is an historic event. This is an historic time. You are the historian. You. You are the historian. Write your story. Future students will piece together a rich tapestry of every logistic, tempo, stress point, […]

chalk your WALK

We completed a sweet Sunday art project today. It was a welcome distraction in these days of uncertainty. We are adjusting to our new schedules and adapting to staying home. We have made use of the first few days of our Kentucky #healthyathome initiative to catch up on rest, talk over our new schedules and […]

march forth

It’s been the best day. Truly. It’s been a hardworking day as well. Those are always the best. I love looking back at the day’s work and productivity, and resting easy when the day is done. Most of the day was filled with the littles and wiping stuffy noses, fixing comfort food snacks and giving […]

your own standards

Judge your success by your own standards. Today I juggled 3 babies under 5. I had them singing and laughing through the morning. We played outside, and checked the herbs and tomatoes. I had them all fed and down for a nap at the same time. I taught the middle a new song while gaining […]

hallelujah amen

Ah. It’s Sunday. It’s Sunday, right? Finally. Finally. Sunday. It is Sunday. I’m so relieved. Friday was brutal. Just absolutely brutal. You know, it’s funny, because the “it’s Friday, but Sunday’s coming” movement really took hold of everyone in the Christian community, including me. It gave a trendy spin, just simple enough, to convey the […]

hello monday

Good morning, Monday! I’m glad to see you! I love Monday morning. I know, right? It’s not something you hear every day, but I just do. I love that fresh new turn of the page on the calendar feeling. I love that space in the week that Monday morning holds, where it feels like a […]

catalyst

It’s never easy to be the catalyst of change. It is, at the same time, an honest task and a heavy burden. At the beginning, when you don’t understand that’s what you have been called to do… you chafe against the call. Because it is difficult and you don’t understand the opposition of your person. […]