These pairs of words were the bane of my existence in fifth and sixth grades. Discerning the most representative relationship between two words seemed like a pointless, tedious, exhausting job. And yet, after so many worksheets got so ground into my psyche, I’m counting on the deep recesses of my mind to know what to do with the analogies I’m acting out today. Continue reading
Over the last few weeks, the front porch has been the place to be. Vines and bushes and trees are bursting out all over with life and bright, happy, new, green leaves. (and lots and lots and lots of pollen…)
2. I got a new book.
One of my favorite, favorite writers, Lauren Winner, just published a new book, and though I’ve been carrying it around since last week, I haven’t gotten a chance to gobble it up. (Hopes pinned on this weekend…)
3. God used my sermon.
More and more, I’m falling in love with sermon-writing. It’s hard to get into a groove, especially when I preach once every two months or so, but last Sunday’s effort was a joy to contemplate, write, and deliver, it spoke to my heart, and it spoke to the hearts of many who heard and read it. I’m so grateful to get to be a vessel sometimes!