Monthly Archives: September 2013

5 Things: Almost Fall Edition

1) My windows are open. They were open all night. The cool morning air is glorious. 2) Long sleeve t-shirts. As some of you may know, if I had my way, I would wear superhero t-shirts and jeans all day … Continue reading

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Adventure #1: Peter and the Starcatcher

I grew up attending plays. The first musical I ever saw was Les Miserables. I was in middle school, I believe, and my parents took me to see this beloved musical. My parents saw the original Broadway cast and my … Continue reading

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Book #1: Bread and Wine

Friends, this book is a must read for everyone. It is a glorious collection of essays about the power of food, community, faith, and the combination of all three. Shauna Niequist shares stories about her own communities and their hardships, … Continue reading

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5 Things

This week was a typical work week, followed by an exciting Friday night play, Saturday game-day at work, and a lovely Sabbath ending with a girls’ night/Emmy party. This week looks to be much the same: work with pockets of … Continue reading

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Recipe #1: Enchiladas

So we’re 18 days into September and I haven’t gotten around to my projects yet… I did have a few posts last week, but those were spontaneous, not part of the plan. I’ve usually not spontaneous at all, but after … Continue reading

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Pockets of Time

One of the many, many things graduate school taught me about myself is I am really bad with working in little pockets of time. You know the ones: it’s 9am and I have to leave for work at 10am. Your … Continue reading

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Pieces of My Soul

I have left pieces of my soul places. Some of them are geographical places: the mountains of Appalachia, Sarasota Bay. Some of them are more tied to the people who live there: rural Florida, this university town I live in. … Continue reading

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