Until All Are Free: An MLKJ-Day Sonnet

If you follow me on Twitter, you saw that I participated in Dressember again this year.  Dressember is a movement of women (and now men) who commit to a fashion challenge during December to raise awareness of and funds to end human trafficking. Most commit to wearing a dress or formal attire every day of … Continue reading Until All Are Free: An MLKJ-Day Sonnet

Hands and Souls: The Healing of the Lord

Let me tell you a story about what’s been happening in my life recently. This story begins a long time ago, when I was a little girl.  Really, though, the most important background information you need to know is that I always was incredibly shy.  I suffered from timidity, and, starting in fifth grade, I … Continue reading Hands and Souls: The Healing of the Lord

Fear Not

Fear: “a distressing emotion aroused by impending danger, evil, pain, etc., whether the threat is real or imagined” (Dictionary.com). Fear is one of the strongest emotions.  The strength of fear fuels the horror genre of film and literature in this present time when entertainment thrives off of the emotional.  Most people will probably remember the … Continue reading Fear Not