Tag: Joy

Comfort and Joy

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on December 16th

Christmastime is one of the most cherished seasons for many. The lights, the snow, the cozy fireplaces, gifts, and the music are all part of what make up the festivities. There are certain songs that I question, like “Little Drummer Boy.” If I had just given birth in a stable, I do not think that… View Article

Are You Happy?

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on July 15th

  21A, window seat was where I was while aboard my flight home from visiting friends. I was sitting behind a family with two small children. My initial thought was that it was going to be a loud journey. Being a teacher, I was okay with it- used to it even. However, before we ascended,… View Article

Joy in the Mourning

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on September 27th

The English language has so many really strange rules. There are, however, some really cool things I can get on board with. For instance, I love homophones. It’s so interesting to me that two words can sound exactly the same but be spelled differently and have a different meaning. One Saturday over oatmeal the Lord… View Article

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