You see, slow Christmas is about paying attention and fighting the holiday rush that will ever so slyly steal our joy. The madness of the holiday season can leave you frazzled and harried and frankly, sad. Slow Christmas turns cultural Christmas on its head and spends less on presents and instead is present.
Hey friends – as you might have noticed, this page has been quiet for several months now. In the wise words of Ferris Bueller, “Life moves pretty… Read more “So Long, Farewell”
I look around my small living room where we have celebrated four previous Christmases, and I sigh pondering how it’s the same – same shabby tree, same… Read more “Traditionally Speaking”
For years I have been one of those staunch, “We will not watch Christmas movies before Thanksgiving!” people. As my kids get older and more aware of… Read more “It’s a Wonderful Life Indeed”
So my pastor is preaching a series of three messages out of this itty bitty book at the tail end of the Old Testament called Haggai .… Read more “Thoughts on Haggai : The Time is Now”
It is Mother’s Day, and I believe it is the perfect time to announce that I am officially changing the format of this little piece of the… Read more “Just My Plain Old Feet Forward”
Hi. It’s been awhile. While I would love to greet you with a lovely and uplifting post after such a long hiatus, I can’t. This is a… Read more “The Truth About Feeling Lonely – Get Used to It.”