Admitting I Can’t Before Saying I Do

We made unkeepable promises. To love and cherish till death do us part. In 38 years, our marriage has suffered many deaths. But no death more insurmountable than the one of our own stubborn pride. We never knew poverty till after the promise. Standing at the altar of white linen and flickering candles, dim to... Continue Reading →

Saved in Vain

After I was saved I told my husband that Jesus was really alive. He thought I had lost my mind. I learned quickly that talking about He made things make sense...and how I was no longer alone in myself...was a reality that was best kept to myself. No child wants to be made fun... Continue Reading →

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