We experienced boundless beauty and sustained wonder during 60+ days of travel across nearly 11,000 miles and 26 states. All our favorites are here!
“We are so, so small. The world, and all that God has created are so big,” I said.
Nature has a way of reminding us that she is grand, and we are miniscule. We sat in awe and wonder.
There we found the joy in nature, basking in God’s creation and simply being together, and a reason to press on.
Six word prayers defined Lenten season. A lot is said with six. God wants all of our prayers.
The wind was a playful friend and a fierce foe during my latest adventure to Sedona and the Grand Canyon.
By Mandy Cloninger A friend of mine shared that she’s in a flash fiction class recently, and one of her assignments was a six-word flash fiction story. It inspired me for the season of Lent to begin my own assignment and to write a six-word flash prayer each day. I’ve really enjoyed starting my dayContinue reading “Grateful for flow like a river”
Adventure is causing me to explore my relationship with time and where it expands for me.
Where do you find mercy? When do you offer mercy? Mercy & meadows is a creative mantra – a call to action and adventure.
From my yoga mat, and where I first grew to love her, I thank God for the gift of being a mother.
Joy was a focus, a month-long experiment, to choose moments of joy each and every day.
Wow! Yellowstone, dazzled, awed and amazed with nature. Whether it was the geysers, springs, waterfalls or wildlife, every moment, each landscape, was worth the wonder.