Posts Tagged "father"

rebuilding our home

Posted on Monday, September 9, 2013

rebuilding our home

The bags under our eyes were as big as the bags we’d packed for Europe. It had been three rigorous years of Master’s degrees for both of us and we needed a long break from the “real world.” In need of justifying my degree in Spanish, I’d convinced my business-talking, software-studying husband why we should go to Spain. I’d calculated the right amount of emotion with practicality and he was convinced. We were off for an adventure… indefinitely.

Read More

almost october

Posted on Saturday, October 13, 2012

almost october

We chose April.  I wanted daffodils, the emergence of new beginnings, green raindrop-guzzling life all around us on our wedding day.  We almost chose October – for me, the time of settling into rest, forgiveness and permission of less work, more Sabbath, and a maturing of all things.

 

I walked by a leaf yesterday on an afternoon walk.  Napping, it rested plainly and quietly and looked up at me with such innocence.  Her body spread like a palm of fire. 

Read More

There comes a time when one realizes the cage was unlocked all along. Learn More

Copyright © 2012-2016 Rowdy Prisoners. All Rights Reserved.