I like words.
The spoken kind and the signed kind and the written kind. The English kind and the languages-I-pretend-to-know kind. The hard-to-understand toddler kind and the that-person-is-so-smart thesis kind.
I like my kids. A lot. (And my husband, too.) I used to teach, which meant words and kids all day long. Now I stay home with my kids, which means the same kids every day speaking the same words over and over. It’s delightful. It’s exhausting. Not necessarily in that order.
I like the people who have it all together. And I especially like the people who aren’t afraid to admit that they don’t. I fall into that second category. I couldn’t pass for the former if I tried, so I stopped trying a long time ago.
Jesus is my Savior. I’m usually at a loss for how to write about that. It’s so beautiful and important to me that I have a difficult time pinning my faith down into something concise and pertinent and readable.
The name from this page is inspired by 1 Thessalonians 3:12. It says, “May the Lord make your love increase and overflow for each other and for everyone else, just as ours does for you.”
Oh, and I like people who read my blog. And I especially like people who read the last line of the “About Me” section. Wow, you’re thorough.