Posts Tagged ‘Sue Monk Kidd’
Of decades and dearness….
It’s a new decade and my one little word surprised me quick: When I was a girl, there was one warm little word that could smooth back the hair from my upset and calm the afraid-and-alone of me, sometimes offered by my mother and also my grandma Creasy when I was particularly deserving. “Dear” “You…Read More
Cheesecake with cherries and I won’t go away….
I want a quick time-out to say plain what this story is not. I’m not moralizing; don’t have an agenda. If I ever carry a sign, it would be to champion hope. Women face impossible decisions and need a tender grace, not oversimplified, whitewashed shoulds. I’m pro-life. Pro-choice. Pro-solution. Pro-people. There isn’t a whisp of politics about any of this;…Read More
days of laughing sky…
If I had a day that I could gift you it would be one of spacious laughing sky lit by love so bright and tender and easy that it fills you like a song that you’ve been thirsty to hear, a whole pool of it pressing firm and kind against your ache till the knot…Read More