Sunday, March 22, 2015

Day Five

1. First signs of Spring. 

2. Why must impatience prove so humbling so often?

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Day Four

1. Time with mission minded, passionate and relationship driven Broad Streeters. 

2. How much do I miss because I am holding onto my own expectations?

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Monday, March 16, 2015

Day Two

1. Being cared for physically and spiritually when I have been leveled by an illness. 

2. How can I continue to be a stronger agent of change in my community?

"Sometimes fear can keep us safe."

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Day One

1. Returning home was both life giving and challenging. This sunset, however, placed peace in my heart. 

2. I thought my vocational discernment was done. Could I have been wrong about that??

Take Two.

I stand humbly before you with a retraction........

In my last post.....
       In September. 

I told you all I would pick this blog back up to share lessons I was learning in my job. 

          I fibbed. 

My work is too personal and crazy to commit to sharing in such a public place. 

So feeling utterly inspired and blessed by my time at YAV Discernment Event this past week I'm going to try something totally new. 
{Concept Credit: Matt Black - YAVA}

I'm going to live on these pages with the sincere hope of accomplishing two goals...

            1. Sharing a life giving and/or joyful moment or image. 

            2.  Asking/sharing questions that are on my mind. 

My hope? To recognize and appreciate the beauty afforded to us in each day and continue to challenge myself. 

Our coming and going
Our end and beginning
Are safe in your keeping 

Monday, September 22, 2014

2 years later...stateside.

Hello loyal readers!

I realized today that exactly two years ago (give or take a day) I was heading out to my first day at work for Paz y Esperanza in San Juan de Lurigancho...

Now - here I am working full time in virtually my dream job in Worthington City Schools and have been doing my share of reflection on my time in Peru, graduate school, etc...

I would now like to turn the attention of this blog to my work with students k-12 and some of the lovely adventures in this district that in so many ways...todos somos familia (we are family).

Stay tuned...

Warmest regards,