I first met John-Michael Ritchey in September of 2005 when he was in the 8th grade and I was the new Student Life Director at North Cobb Christian School. He came to my attention as part of the trio JM, Lucas, and Amain. I came to learn pretty quickly that
Sometimes I overthink this blog to the point where I am in danger of missing the joy that it brings me to reflect on what God has done and is doing in the midst of our family. August was a blast! It was fast and furious with the beginning of
Savor: Living Abundantly Where You Are, As You Are by Shauna Niequist is an excellent devotional resource to have on hand. Savor is divided up by days…it’s dated and that works so well with my OCD-ness! There are also different recipes inserted because all good girl talks need good food!
“One of the best parts of being human is other humans. It’s true, because life is hard; but people get to show up for one another, as God told us to, and we remember we are loved and seen and God is here and we are not alone. We can’t