And years later, when I moved back to the South, and the UMC had General Conference and passed the wrong legislation, it was Evans' teachings that led me to confidently walk out the doors of my church for the last time. Because of Rachel Held Evans, I don't feel guilty about not having a church. I know how to practice and maintain my personal worship until I can find a church that upholds the same values that I do.
Do you ever feel like an orphan? Sometimes I do. Not often. My mom is alive and wonderful and amazing. But several decades with my father left scars on all of us. Sometimes we function in a robotic fashion. When I need my mom in the capacity of my mom, I push her "parent" button … Continue reading The Easter Orphans
With the Game of Thrones final season premiering this Sunday, there's a lot of talk about who will end up on the Iron Throne. As I mentioned recently on Twitter, the ending doesn't really interest me anymore. I can't find the exact post I read (I'll keep searching) but I read a compelling theory that … Continue reading Who Kills Cersei, & Other Questions Ahead of the GOT Premiere
GUYSSSSSSSS I originally had a different post planned, and then over the weekend I received/found all sorts of fun things so I delayed the post and then all sorts of fun April Fools' Day content popped up. So thank you for your patience, here is your Motivational Monday, April Fools' Edition! Apparently there's a viral challenge … Continue reading Motivational Monday – Apr 01
It's a truth universally acknowledged that the first couple seasons of Boy Meets World are much more episodic and juvenile than the later seasons. That's not an issue; the first season takes place when Cory and Shawn are in 6th grade. In a way, the earlier, sheltered seasons reflect where the boys are in life.