Keeping Track of Time As It Flies By

For the last almost-three weeks I have been in Dallas, trying to keep track of the time as it flies by. The bulk of the first two weeks was spent enjoying my three nieces who were visiting from their home in Raleigh. We had so much fun, experiencing a Texas safari, swimming every afternoon at […]

The Summer of Lindsey

This summer has been A COMPLETE WHIRLWIND. I have been traveling non-stop and loving every minute of it. But I am worn out. And my life and my house are in disarray.  (Seriously can’t remember the last time I changed my sheets. I think it was sometime last week but I’m not quite sure.) With […]

Viva La Vida

Last Saturday night, ColdPlay was in Nashville. And I went to see them perform at The Sommet Center. And as Michael Hyatt, would say it was a “wow experience.” And it was not just a “wow experience” because I had low expectations. My Birmingham friends had certainly built the experience up during long play-by-play recaps […]

One is Silver and the Other's Gold

Way back when, during my time in the Brownies (the pre-Girl Scout society) we used to sing this song: “Make new friends but keep the old, one is silver and the other’s gold.” I never had much of a singing voice (actually I never had ANY of a singing voice) but those lyrics sung over-and-over […]

Hurt People, Hurt People

This Spring in my Crosspoint Community Group, we have been studying a book called Emotionally Healthy Spirituality by Peter Scazzero. Big title, right? It’s a big study too. It is the kind of book that makes you dig deep, ask tough questions, and work through your issues – and let’s face it we all have […]