A lesson from the dandelions

A lesson from the dandelions

I went on a hike with my family Saturday morning at a nearby forest preserve, and I was delighted to find that the trails were covered in dandelions. Most of the dandelions were at the height of their seed stage, with fluffy white balls lining our path. If I had...
Another amazing day, Day 27

Another amazing day, Day 27

Thursday, April 9 I took this photo this morning of the moon setting behind my house. But when I looked at it on my camera, I thought, “Ehh… that’s not amazing or extraordinary enough to post on social media.” 🌕 What a crazy standard I...
Consider the heavens, Day 26

Consider the heavens, Day 26

Wednesday, April 8 I got a few photos of tonight’s super moon as it broke through the clouds. I’ve been reading through the Psalms this month, and it reminded of Psalm 8, which I happened to read this morning: “When I consider your heavens, the work...
Our new routine, Day 25

Our new routine, Day 25

Tuesday, April 7 I’ve always heard it takes 21 days to create a new habit, and after 25 days of social distancing, we are finally starting to get into a routine. I’ve always said that I like change, but I struggle with transitions. That has definitely been...
Singing the same song, Day 24

Singing the same song, Day 24

Monday, April 6 The highlight of my work week is on Monday morning when the staff at the ministry where I work come together for a time of worship. For the past few weeks since we started working from home, we’ve been meeting together virtually on our computers. Our...
Being lonely vs. being alone, Day 23

Being lonely vs. being alone, Day 23

Sunday, April 5 Today was the fourth Sunday in a row that we have been part of a church service online, rather than in person. During the service that we were watching, the pastor asked everyone to go on Facebook Live and type the words, “You are not...