Searching for Moments and Space

I've been writing and thinking a lot about pause and creating space lately. Mostly, this is because I'm not doing a very good job at actually creating these places in my day and so, I'm looking for moments that already exist. From walking to school to the poetry I'm reading and all those other little … Continue reading Searching for Moments and Space

Pausing to Enjoy the Summit

When I moved back to Colorado after college, my dad and I would spend summers hiking the 14,000-foot mountains around Colorado. We'd wake up before dawn so that we could be stepping foot on the trail at sunrise. We'd hike all morning, eat an early lunch at the summit, and then hike down before the … Continue reading Pausing to Enjoy the Summit

When Life Gets in the Way

If I've heard it once, I've heard it a dozen times: Hold expectations loosely during this holiday season. It's hard to do, though. Often, I don't even realize I have expectations until they're unmet. I'm over at SheLoves Magazine today, reflecting on how life is always in the way of holy moments. Here's an excerpt, … Continue reading When Life Gets in the Way

Remembering to Ride My Tricycle

Elle just turned 18-months and her little personality has taken off. She's trying to form complete sentences and even told me her first story the other day. It's so amazing to watch her follow in Bea's footsteps, trying so hard to be just like her big sister. Most of the time, Bea takes the time … Continue reading Remembering to Ride My Tricycle

A Surprise Pause

It's 9:40 and already today hasn't gone as planned. I wasn't going to write this post, for one. We had a lot to do between dance class and preparation for our one 2-day weekend as a family. And then, through a miscommunication, we ended up skipping dance. Instead, we are playing in the snow, drinking … Continue reading A Surprise Pause