The Question that’s Saving my Christmas

 I’ve had a tenuous relationship with Christmas the last few years. Christmas has seriously stressed me out. It’s not just all of the extra and expectations that go into the month of December; although, these also play a role in holiday stress. But navigating Christmas with faith-shifting questions is hard. Christmas has a way of … Continue reading The Question that’s Saving my Christmas

November

With a sigh, I erased November from the whiteboard calendar yesterday. I like November. I like its rich barrenness. I like November's stark beauty: dried grasses studded with seed pods; trees unveiled and  silhouetted against an early red sky. I like the chutzpah of pink and white cosmos stubbornly blooming until almost Thanksgiving. Next year, … Continue reading November