Nightmares and Cosmic Gifts

When I was offered a new job earlier this summer, a strange thing happened. I started having nightmares. It wasn’t that I was afraid of the new opportunity or unhappy with the offer. In fact, just the opposite. It was an offer so substantial that it was going to dramatically change our circumstances and allow […]

Angel Cake

By Cherity Cook Twelve freshly washed eggs sat on my counter. Pink. Brown. Green. White. Blue. More colors than most people know chicken eggs come in, cradled on my dish towel, each waiting to be cracked and separated yolk from white. I always separate the eggs first, cracking them above a small bowl and catching […]

Playing With Fire

By Meaghan Dawson | Twitter: @DawsonMeaghan I was ridiculously good at my job. I was a career woman working for a great company that was young and energetic and on the rise. I reveled in my role and was on fire for my job. Each day I walked in with a purpose and walked out with […]

FUNDRAISER: Standing with Skyesong in the Pursuit of her Dream

UPDATE: We transferred $1094.67 to Skyesong last Thursday. Thank you so much to everyone who contributed!  By Diane Down When I saw the story of Skyesong Alexis and her golfing dreams, something nudged me. I’m not a golfer, but I have dreams and sometimes I feel stuck in knowing how to go forward and accomplish […]

The Ache

The rain has stopped, for now. It fell in leaden sheets all morning, slanting hard and sharp. The gutters struggling to keep up. The ruts in the driveway filling to excess. The worms floating. But now the sun has broken through and the sodden earth attempts to rise. The air that hangs between them is […]