I drew this picture in a pocket sized notebook while waiting for a prescription to be filled, and forgot all about it. Maybe I drew them because my husband and I hope to be parents one day, God willing. I will be one of those people who tells the whole world the second I find out,… Continue reading Two tiny feet
“The bread in your cupboard belongs to the hungry; the coat unused in your closet belongs to the one who needs it; the shoes rotting in your closet belong to the one who has no shoes; the money which you hoard up belongs to the poor.” (source) This is a quote from Basil the Great… Continue reading Who owns the extra clothing in your closet?
His name is Noah, and he is a child of God. (This post is a combination of several things: part of my “Broken and Beautiful” pro-life mini-series, my Journal52 weekly entry, and a Creation365 entry that bends the rules a bit. I hope you enjoy this piece. It was emotionally draining to draw and to… Continue reading Broken and Beautiful: Noah
The March for Life, a gathering of pro-life people, is on this coming Thursday, and I promise I’ll have lots to say about it. All life issues, not just abortion, are highly important to me. Let me point out here at the onset that if you’re not pro-life and not interested in dialogue, this blog… Continue reading Broken and Beautiful