Tag: Psalm 139
I couldn’t help but feel sorry with him for the years he had wasted. And recognize my own years wasted on insecurities, when I might have simply chosen a different frame.
What surprised me about my first day of work was not what it entailed but the “when.” I had long entertained the desire to work for my alma mater, and by the time my final year of teaching ended this spring, I already had numerous applications in the university’s system, all positions for which I […]
My 2004 Chevy Venture is oozing with water. Inside. I thought I had an AC issue–and my dear husband and I have spent the last week cleaning air filters and cleansing condensation lines in an attempt to address it. Instead of getting better, however, the problem is getting worse. Or we are just discovering how […]