Gray days

Gray days

When you’re shooting in color, but your photo comes out in grayscale… Do you find the gray sky sad? Lonely? Peaceful? Or hopeful that colorful days will...
Tearing down fences

Tearing down fences

While I was away on Friday driving back and forth to pick up Andrew from that film camp, I got a text message from my husband that said this: “I’m taking down the fence.” What fence? I responded in my mind, but not with my fingers. Surely, he...

Fresh starts and flower fields

I woke up this morning with a heavy heart thinking of all of the devastation in our world today. We have been praying all weekend for friends in Florida who had to evacuate their homes, not knowing what they might return to after Hurricane Irma swept through this...

The disaster in our backyard

One of the universal truths about life it that sometimes the most difficult situations are the ones that create the best and most long-lasting memories. These are the times when everyone in a family has to set aside his or her agenda and expectations and work together...

the little red barn that could

It’s been such a mild winter so far, but back in November we had a nice snowstorm. Normally, I wouldn’t have even gone out that day. But the girls and I are devoted shoppers. So we headed over to our church for our annual fair trade shopping event, Hope...