A CHRISTMAS MEMORY by Truman Capote

Illustrator Beth Peck elegantly illuminates the words of Truman Capote as he tells the story of the uniquely loving relationship between seven-year-old, Buddy, and his 'sixty-something'-year-old distant cousin, living in the same house. 'We are each other's best friend.'⠀ They make cakes together every year as the weather turns cold and fly homemade kites when... Continue Reading →

Learning the rhythm of relaxation…

It was an unseasonably cool day today. I know I have a long way to go with the California heat (and truly, I've enjoyed the warmth of it) but it's also nice to have an incredibly cool day with the windows open wide. We are excitedly anticipating a big group of family coming to see... Continue Reading →

Clean(er)

I would venture to bet that the majority of people can’t rid their homes of all toxins immediately and right.this.very.instant. Man, would I love to. Had I only won that last lottery drawing...⠀ It’s hard to make choices for a clean, ethically-centered, toxin-free home. Clean cleaning supplies. Clean beauty products. Slow fashion. Slow living. ⠀... Continue Reading →

Faster and faster!

She climbed the stairs two at a time, racing against the clock. Her breath was labored and her heart was beating far too fast. She paused for only a second on the landing but knew she must keep going. Red-faced and exhausted, muscles screaming and pulse racing, she pushed herself further. There was a goal... Continue Reading →

“Are you sure about this??”

We prayed for the Lord's direction. Over and over and over again I prayed: "This needs to be your decision. We want to be where YOU want us to be." I felt like I was prepared for either answer. But when the answer finally came, my first reaction was: "Are you surrrrre about this one,... Continue Reading →

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