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Hovering Between Unplugged and Connected

This is a post about a childhood unplugged, but here we are meeting on the computer. We learn that we shouldn’tView full post »

If and When

There’s not a way to kiss when you’re afraid it might be the last time. There’s no way to tie it allView full post »

Christmas Eve in March

There was a commercial during the Super Bowl (which is all I watch on Super Bowl Sunday. Well, that and This isView full post »

I slept with a stranger to save my marriage

“I’m looking past our faults from those scattered days. And fancying redemption.” I sat inView full post »

So about that Christmas card…

Merry Christmas friends! Here is our digital Christmas card of sorts, sharing with you a few moments in ourView full post »

The biggest mistake I made this Advent…

“In John 3:16, Jesus teaches us that the God who exists loves. Let that sink in. The God who absolutely is.View full post »

Why “I do” is a daily act

We were children and we were full of wonder. We were seeking more than just ourselves and we were hurting. It has beenView full post »

When you wonder what you’re doing…

I help him pack his lunch, lay out his new uniform and tie his cap on tight. It is the first day for him to follow inView full post »

Fancy Snazzy

When our school has “Fancy Snazzy Dress Up Day” most of the kids wear fancy dresses, suits and ties.View full post »

Worth it

For six years I have wondered if it’s cruel to put them through it all over again. When we began talkingView full post »


“Then, suddenly again, Christopher Robin, who was still looking at the world, with his chin in his hand, called outView full post »

After the Rain

In California every day is the same. Blue. Sunny. When we moved here I was glad for that. I was so tired ofView full post »


Every year they do Junior Lifeguard camp. Every year they become the next level of watermen. So proud of themView full post »

Knight in Shining Armor

“Adults are just obsolete children and the hell with them.” ― Dr. Seuss Thankful that he keeps me a child. ForView full post »

Year’s Beginning

Every year we begin with a climb. Right up the hill and back. We’re joined by crowds making the pilgrimageView full post »


My boys all dressed up, running around in the golden hour. You can head over to Childhood Unplugged for moreView full post »

Simple Moments

It’s that time again. Another new month, another chance to take stock of how we are living the majority ofView full post »

Childhood Unplugged

My kids don’t have everything, but what they do have is made of dirt and sunshine, the moon, stars, oceanView full post »

the tribe

Shortly after we moved here, happy to be back in California but uprooted once again due to my husband serving inView full post »


“Of course the Neverlands vary a good deal. John’s, for instance had a lagoon with flamingos flyingView full post »

bunkbeds + books

They are my heart, my very being. They complain, argue and make messes. They create what I never could imagineView full post »

Artist’s Statement

We drove across the country and I shot a roll of film, and the photos were all a mess. Light leaks or maybe myView full post »


Last December we went back to Indiana for Christmas. These are a few film shots from the kids’ first ice skatingView full post »

cut back to barely nothing

Before a year had passed, we moved from the house you died in . Or maybe you died while I stood in the streetView full post »