Tag Archives: Brooklyn

Again! Again!

My children’s favorite word when Daddy is swinging them around and around, or I am (still, at ages 4 and 6) bouncing them on my knee or letting them crawl on me like I am some kind of pack animal… … Continue reading

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What I learned from Waffle Church…

The kingdom of God is like a mustard seed… – a seed which, once removed from the jar by one or many small children, will find its way under the table, into the cracks between the floor boards, and buried … Continue reading

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Life Unexpected, redux

Almost fourteen years ago I met a guy at church. I liked the guy. The guy liked me. Four years later, we married. Four years after that, we had our daughter. Two years after that, we had our son. I … Continue reading

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The Mission Field

As a temporary freelancer and stay-at-home mom, I have been spending quite a lot of time in our neighborhood of Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. It is a jewel of a community, with a mix of African American and Caribbean residents who … Continue reading

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