Tag Archive: Godisgood

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3am teedbits because sleep always eludes me when I most need it. [0] I give up on sleeping and prop myself up on my elbows (Claudia throws up her hands and sighs cutely… Continue reading

longspur

Choi takes a right turn instead of a left at the light where I’d usually take the left to get home. We wait at the next light and I absentmindedly think that if… Continue reading

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tiny teedbits in order to decompress and do something other than calculating depreciation for the day: [0] I remember shaking my head at God and telling Him this season of depressive fog and… Continue reading

Jouer

teedbits. Carolyn brings back a coconut bubble tea and an orange bubble tea straw and I practically scream in delight. I don’t know why orange does this for me but I’m glad it does.… Continue reading

Thank you God for your favor, thank you Jesus for your daily mercy. — On February 27, 2015, I asked God desperately for Him to show me that He was with me, that… Continue reading

week four in Philly/month one; The trees are turning orange. Enough said. — I am out to lunch with three other people from Renewal. They ask me if I’ve found a church and… Continue reading

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thankyouJesusformycolleagues moments in week three of Philly; [1019] worrying about if I’ll eat lunch by myself because Kathleen didn’t pack lunch and is going out with her friend. Matt asks the boys if… Continue reading

Sunshower

teedbits of week two in Philly; [luna] I feel blessed for the fact that I do not feel homesick. I don’t really miss anyone or anything, save for the moon and a clear view… Continue reading

Even though we’re doing basically nothing at work, I still find myself randomly breaking out into a series of maniacal grins and grimaces as I force the corners of my lips to stay neutral.… Continue reading

Matthew 6:34

I’ve been doing the Urbana15 Matthew challenge (going through the book of Matthew in 47 days) and today’s little devotional text asked me if I had posted anything about my thoughts on Matthew yet (which I’m supposed… Continue reading