• Sudanese Women Walking

    A #MeToo Movement in South Sudan

    March 26, 2018

    Recently an article was published in Christianity Today detailing how World Vision was part of bringing 250 South Sudanese child soldiers home “after years of being forced to serve as soldiers and domestic workers during their country’s civil war.” While reading, I noticed they mentioned children coming back who had “experienced sexual or gender-based violence”…

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  • Second Guessing & Knowing

    September 7, 2017

    Right now it’s 9:30 here and I just finished a short paper for school. I’m in a Psych class that focuses on the disorders of childhood, and it’s my second week. It’s a hard one. Besides my math class that nearly caused me to stick a spoon into my eyes to avoid seeing x +…

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  • The Big News

    January 23, 2015

    I have 11 cartons of Girl Scout cookies in my car. Oh, wait. Sorry. Day 22 of Whole30 and sugar is still my #1 kicker on this. So that’s not the big news at all (in fact those cookies are to sell). It has to do with Zimbabwe, me, the boys, these past nearly 3…

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  • The Price of Love

    April 12, 2014

    It’s 11:30am here. We’re all on the couch, Jynx curled up on Bella’s lap as she plays with her animals. Sam is playing SkyRim. On Saturdays I usually get up before him to tidy up the house, so now it’s rather clean and I’m pleased. We had a very, very hard therapy session yesterday. Sam…

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