I’ve been dreading this day for the past 364. I don’t know why. It doesn’t change anything. But it is an anniversary by which we will be able to mark the rest of our lives.
When writing about the need to get back to normal from the coronavirus shutdowns, ask yourself if you are truly loving your neighbors. While I'm ready to get back to normal, I'm ok to say not yet.
Mental illness doesn't give a rip that we're in the middle of a global pandemic. In our family, today, it didn't win.
Lately, I've realized that we must live in tension with something that is the polar opposite of community: space. Both are essential for our health.
After a tumultuous 2019- we ended the year together again. Looking ahead to 2020 to be a little better than the last year.