Sometimes we just have to let the experiences wash over us; then, later, it is time to reflect.
I’ve already shared that I believe summer tastes like peaches. This year so far the selection at our favorite roadside
I know that there is nothing better for people than to be happy and to do good while they live. That
It’s too easy to become complacent and remain wedded to “the way we’ve always experienced/done/understood…” But God’s love is not only new every morning, it’s radically transformative. We too readily resist God’s ongoing work in and through us.
this was also a subtle reminder that there’s always something to learn, new flavors to engage, ideas that we haven’t considered before. This is what we learn from people who are not like us, groups who make us nervous, other ethnicities, immigrants, folk we don’t usually associate with.
final of three Blue Apron reviews from the kitchen at Maul-Hall
I know, I know – “Tales from the Great Adventure” is supposed to feature “inspirational” posts, hooking in with the
…So that’s pretty much where we are as of today – moving toward Christmas not only with anticipation for the coming of the King, but also in anticipation of continued healing – even if it is excruciatingly slow sometimes. “I hope, Lord; my whole being hopes…”
This is the good news as it comes from Wake Forest for today, where fall is finally coming, where our lives are rich and full, and where we still have so much promise and possibility to live into
The point of today’s post (other than the fact that I love to write about food) is that I try to approach every task – even the routine of preparing dinner at home – with a little extra love and imagination, and that I always make it clear that when I serve Rebekah it’s never routine but always special.