Subtleties

Despite the moments lived and spent, the need to write always returns to my mind with time. The weekends this summer are booked full, evenings between filled with dinners with friends and errands, weekdays of good work at the soft, steady new job. As of a few months ago, I work where women’s vulnerability, healing, […]

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Generous Space Guest Post: Queering Biblical Womanhood

Hi friends! I’m proud to announce I’ve published a guest blog post for Generous Space, an LGBTQ+ Christian organization. I’ve had the privilege of attending their small group meetings since I moved to Vancouver about a year and a half ago. I’m very grateful to Beth Carlson-Malena for this opportunity and to everyone at Generous […]

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Familiar

Hello, friends! I hope life is treating you well. It has been almost exactly a year since I first moved to Vancouver. I’ve been kept busy the last few months by the less poetic parts of mental health, struggling, and stress, including difficulties with banking and work and other less fun things. I have found […]

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Spirit Pride 2018

Hey! Long time no talk. Many things have been keeping me busy, some more exciting than others. Perhaps the most exciting thing to recently happen to me, I was sponsored to attend Spirit Pride: An LGBT Spirituality Conference here in Vancouver from July 27-29 and write an article about the event. You can read the article […]

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Vulnerable

I cried for the first time at my new job today. I’m not here to complain. I’m not even going to tell you what happened. That would be disrespectful of the privacy of my coworkers and workplace. Not everyone wants their vulnerabilities proclaimed on the internet (weird, right?). Good thing I have no problem proclaiming […]

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Warm

Hello friends! I promised I would update this blog more, and look! Two in one month, for the first time! Go me! Things have been pretty great. I’m consistently happy right now, except that I’m breaking in new shoes at my sales job, and god, do my feet ever hurt. The new job is also […]

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