I kissed dating goodbye.

From the time I first picked up a New Attitude magazine at the age of 13, until I told my husband-to-be “I think you should ask me out” (the summer I was 31), I lived and breathed the principles Joshua Harris shared in his widely popular 1997 bo...

I was lucky enough to see Melissa Febos on a panel at Unbound Book Festival in April. Her words about heritage, addiction and identity were very powerful for me. Her father is a Wampanoag Indian who left her with nothing but dark skin and a heritage of addiction (her w...

October 3, 2017

Emma, a beautiful soul I have been blessed to share life with, has graciously allowed me to share her post with you today. May you find it as stirring as I do. You can follow Emma's blog here.

This morning I woke up late.
I knew I was going to be running behind from the...

September 29, 2017

This week's blogs have been focusing on my own recognition of latent racial fears, and the importance of looking deeply into things we discover within ourselves, even things we don't like or want to admit. Today's post is the next step in this journey.

What Do We Do Wit...

September 26, 2017

 Walking barefoot on the most difficult paths.

I think I'm a good person. Most people think that, in my experience, but I have always worked really hard to make sure it's true. My core beliefs center around empathy and love, beauty and service, respect and inclusion.  M...

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