Mornings on Boyce Lane: how to pause long enough to see Jesus in the routine


Make no mistake.

Justin is a primary caregiver in this house. When you have kids with demanding physical needs, you don’t have time to play house. No gender roles here, we just divide and conquer.  Continue reading “Mornings on Boyce Lane: how to pause long enough to see Jesus in the routine”

grass is greener

Do you ever have moments where you don’t like your life?
Or moments you don’t like who you’ve become?
I just want out.
I don’t want a husband.
I don’t want kids.
I want to work in a pub outside of London and smoke cigarettes.
I want to wear a faded vintage t-shirt, sequin skirt, and boots.
Alone.

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