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Disconnected

Having just completed  a 14-month-intentional-technology-purge in my home, I’m renewing my blog with a little reflection as I rejoin the modern world. Time No surprise here. Without TV or internet at home, my husband and I had more free time … Continue reading

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Relativity

It’s been about 500 years since people began to realize WE weren’t the center of the universe. However, it still hits us in the gut sometimes. Here is a question I posed to high school freshman, and their parenthetical outbursts: … Continue reading

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What Technology Cultivates

Relationships Michael Hyatt makes the best arguments I’ve heard for using social media. In his blog post “Answers to the Top 10 Twitter Objections” he writes: “Twitter is one of those things that merely amplifies what you already are. If … Continue reading

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Cat personality. It’s hard to understand. Here is my attempt to depict actual events. Does he not realize he is small and soft; she weighs 1000 lbs? I could never find the words to do this…

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My Macavity

Cat personality. It’s hard to understand. Here is my attempt to depict actual events. Does he not realize he is small and soft; she weighs 1000 lbs? I could never find the words to do this troublemaker justice. So I’m … Continue reading

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Landfill Harmonic

Video Description: Landfill Harmonic is an upcoming feature-length documentary about a remarkable musical orchestra in Paraguay, where the musicians play instruments made from trash. One reason I chose the theme of “Beauty and Utility” was to explore whether I could lead … Continue reading

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God’s favorite colors

“After blue, God’s favorite color is green.” This quote from John Piper most recently came to mind while knitting. As the variegation passed each new hue through my fingers, I enjoyed every stitch. Each one was something new and beautiful; I felt intimately … Continue reading

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