Saturday, January 10, 2015

New Year's Revolution



Light floods the pane, and if I didn’t know better, I might think it was July.

But I know it’s January, not just because I’m bundled under a down comforter with heart-printed knee socks. I know it’s January, but not because snow as fine and shimmery as glitter lazes down from a cloudless sky like a misplaced promise.

I know it’s January because everywhere I turn, folks are talking about change. We’re desperate for a fresh start and new mercies. 

Click here  to continue reading about what we really need in the New Year, and always. (I'm also sharing the sweetest, best story about my life as a neighbor.) 

Happy weekending!

2 comments:

  1. I love the light in the house that is created from the reflection of the sun off snow! We rarely get snow here in the PNW - - (I grew up on the plains and as odd as it might sound, I miss it) but when it does, I do everything I can to be home and enjoy it!

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  2. yes.
    & this: "Each day brings a question: “How much bread do you have?” And if we dare to hand it over, it’s multiplied.
    exactly what He's teaching me.

    xo ellie

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