Learning Adoption Together

A couple of years ago when we started talking adoption, I knew that we had a lot to learn about the process, the language, the politics, laws etc. I started immersing myself in various resources: literature and research, current events, and talking with and meeting adoptees and adoptive parents. I learned so quickly that it is […]

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On Meteors and Jesus 

I have very fond memories of my childhood. Though we didn’t always agree (hello teenage years) we were all close. My parents made our home a place we wanted to be at, a place to bring your friends. It was always a place of discussion, of openness, acceptance. They were never afraid to let us […]

5 Amazing Kale Recipes

Every single grocery store I visit has kale in some form or fashion: chopped kale, frozen kale, kale straight from the farm, bagged kale, kale mixed with other lettuces-there are so many possibilities! Kale is so trendy right now.  Below we’ve listed 5 amazing kale recipes.  We’ve got kale for breakfast, kale for lunch and […]

Thankful {Lately}

Lately I am thankful for… A happy baby in the afternoon. Handmade gifts from friends far away. Celebration chocolate croissants because baby slept the longest stretch yet. Furrowed brows for days. Oh yeah, we had a baby (and I haven’t written in 10 years)! Isaiah Robert Liszt June 29, 2016 7 lbs. 11 ounces // 20 […]

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Slow, Durable, Beautiful

This weekend, I have had the pleasure and opportunity to grow and change by what I’ve learned at She Speaks. Our very first keynote speaker was Shauna Niequist, one of our favorite communicators. (You can find some of our posts here, here and here). Shauna challenged us to craft a life, the only one God […]