I live in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, a small, ski town that feels slightly more lonely these days since Sally left and moved to Lynchburg. I’m still working on forgiving her. =) I moved to CO from Los Angeles, my home “town” along with Dale, my husband. We’ve lived here since June of 2007. In summer of 2009, we downscaled and moved to this 750 sq. ft. cabin. One week later I learned we were expecting, oh boy!
On 3.2.10, Finn was born, all 9 lb 12 oz of him in Steamboat’s Hospital. Labor was 6 hours, pain meds were declined. For more, read his birth story here.
Most days, I work as an itinerant apologist, defending the value and significance of following Jesus and soul care.
My husband and I travel nationally as a husband-wife speaking team addressing churches, camps, schools and conferences on behalf of our non-profit, Soulation. Our tag line, which I LOVE is, “helping others become more appropriately human.” Read more here
Training: double Bachelor’s in literature and history from the University of Virginia and a Masters in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics from Talbot School of Theology.
Favorite message: anything that combines spirituality and femininity. Check out my other blog that blends the two.
with our three Welsh Corgis, knitting while watching classic movies, eating desserts.
Writing: Ruby Slippers: How the Soul of a Woman Brings Her Home – explores what makes women’s souls unique (2007) Coffee Shop Conversations: Making the Most of Spiritual Small Talk (2010), contributor to UnChristian and Apologetics for a New Generation.