The warm summer air felt like an embrace as I walked. I watched the fireflies shine their lights; on and off, here and there. They flashed like miniature stars I could whisper wishes upon, bringing me back to childhood, when my father was still here.
This spring weather has been unpredictable. Unseasonably warm sunshine bleeds into dark curling storm clouds, threatening tornados. Some evenings I walk outside and breathe in the smell of the wet earth, growing again after the floods. Then, I take the children for walks during the day and we save half-dried worms off the warming concrete sidewalks. I’m not sure why, but I could never leave them there to wither.
I finally figured out how to use Instagram (I’m always late to the technology party). I am still commited to this blog, but 5 kids and homeschooling (and some anxiety/depression if I’m being honest) has […]
I received a text message from my mother before I had gotten out of bed, “Call me when you’re up. It’s important.” I immediately got out of bed, my heart beating faster. I knew something […]
Money on my mind lately. Career. School. Needs. Wants. Future. Housing. It’s a lot. I think money, or the lack of it, or the fear of the lack of it, is a worry on many […]
This is a simple introduction based on Messianic/Hebrew Roots beliefs to Yom Teruah/Feast of Trumpets. Please enjoy and use as you wish. Shalom. Yom Teruah What is it about? Leviticus 23:24 “Say to the […]