I spent a lot of time in this place growing up. From swimming in the pool with floaties to my 21st birthday. Here’s a photo I snapped last summer of the historic Hotel De Haro with Lime Kiln in the background. Reminds me of warmer days.
My husband and I have been talking about lately about where we are in life and where we want to be. It’s confusing. Wild. Frustrating. Full of possibilities. Annoying. We know what we want, what our hopes and dreams are, but figuring out a path to get there is the hardest part, at least for … More The mid 20’s crisis
The news from Paris breaks my heart. I am at a loss for words… I am at once filled with anger and deep, unspeakable sadness. It’s awful, heart wrenching, and makes one feel hopeless for humanity. But we know this is not true. My comfort in all of this is that Jesus has already won. … More Prières pour Paris
I’m sure if you’ve been alive for longer than five minutes you’ve heard people poke fun at western Washington weather. I mean, who would want to live somewhere where the record of sunny days in a year limits out at 58? Honestly though, I kind of love it. The wind, rain, occasional hail storm and … More Adventure
The last couple of months have been quite the ride for us. We moved off of a rural island in the San Juans, back to the “big city.” We miss it terribly, but we’re both trying to stay positive and just wait and see what Jesus has for us in this season. We are learning … More Transition