#36: Accents and Anvils

#36: Accents and Anvils

It was April 1997, and I was attending a Tuesday night singles’ Bible study called 7:22 that was led by Louie Giglio. Louie is nothing if not motivational, and God was opening a new chapter in my life – one in which I was becoming aware of Him, His work in me and around the […]

#23: Anatomy of an Almost Disaster

#23: Anatomy of an Almost Disaster

I am the official designated driver when my mother and I go on long trips. She’s not comfortable with speed, my mother. “No roads with numbers, honey.” So the only question when we travel is do we take her Toyota, which is quieter and more comfortable, with better pick-up and gas mileage? Or do we […]

#17: Searching for Santorini

#17: Searching for Santorini

So y’all aren’t gonna judge me for the international locales of my stories, right? We got that all squared away with one of my last posts, I hope. About eight years ago, I was FRIED. I mean, like if-I-were-a-Hollywood-actress-I’d-be-checking-into-a-facility-for-exhaustion fried. And I don’t mean “exhaustion” as a code for “I’m on crack,” by the way. […]

#4: The Adventurous Homebody

#4: The Adventurous Homebody

“Home is where the heart is, and my heart is wherever I am at the moment.” ~ Lily Leung Hi, my name is Susan, and I’m a homebody. No, really. It’s true. I am very content in my home, surrounded by some degree of routine and familiarity. I enjoy a quiet night by the fire […]

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