I haven’t written a lot of faith-related posts lately. Probably because my anxiety has been so prominent, I had a hard time writing about anything else. But, I’m really excited about something my husband and I started at our current church, I want to share it with you.
This post will probably be a jumbled mess of ramblings riddled with spelling mistakes because I am pretty hyped up on caffeine right now and also extremely stressed out. On the plus side, I have also had a few good days mixed on with all the…weird ones. Continue reading “Transition”
I am exhausted. Physically, mentally, emotionally exhausted. Last year on May 12, I was 11 days away from getting married. You’d think I would have been more exhausted then. Wrong. I am way more exhausted now. And yet, I actually feel okay. Continue reading “Exhausted. Totally, Utterly Exhausted.”
You know that thing I’ve been wanting to talk about for weeks now? Well it is finally “public knowledge” so I can finally write about it. I can write about it all! I’ve got some big news. Here we go… Continue reading ““When One Door Closes” and Other Clichés”
Really enjoying the Psalms lately.
The past week I’ve felt exhausted physically, mentally, emotionally, even spiritually. Coming across this verse felt like such a huge relief. Maybe it will be for you too.
The other day, in the midst of my anxiety and depression, my husband read me Psalm 42. It may not have helped in that moment, but I’ve been dwelling on that Psalm since then. It has now been bringing me continual comfort.
Well, only if you don’t give him enough sex, apparently. Can you believe, I mean, can you really believe that people not only agree with this, but people who do write best-selling Christian marriage books? Continue reading “Women: If Your Husband Cheats, it’s Your Fault”
Two days ago, my husband and I heard some pretty crappy news. I can’t go into the details, at least not right now, but we were so disappointed. A possible future opportunity for the both of us completely fell through, right after it looked like it was going to work out. Continue reading “Dealing With Disappointment”