I’m a busy wife and mama, a blogger and writer, a proud supporter of cheesecake, a recovering perfectionist.
My life, on many levels, is ordinary.
But I believe that
the ordinary can be used in creative and revolutionary ways.
This is our mission here at Sometimes Gracefully: to discover ways in which we can use our ordinary lives to positively
change the world.
We’re reconsidering how we do our everyday: how we treat those around us, where we shop, how we spend our time, where we spend our money, what is motivating our daily decisions. We’re committed to doing what look like small things—for others, for creation, for our own self-care—with great and creative love.
A pesky little mustard seed can overwhelm an entire field, and we want to do the same: overwhelm this world with love, faith, and that breath of fresh air we like to call
I hope you’ll join this online community and be a part of the movement.
But why the name Sometimes Gracefully? Because being a light in this world is tough. It can be exhausting, inconvenient, and frustratingly counter-cultural. I’ll confess that the light I think I’m shining in this world flickers much more often than I’d like. But we’re loved by a gracious God, and I’m trying to live a life worthy of the grace He’s given me.
Dancing through life even sometimes gracefully–no matter how ridiculous your moves might seem–is still better than living a life where you don’t dance at all.
Our Ordinary is also a tab that highlights some snippets of my everyday life with my husband Darrin and my daughter Olivia.
But Sometimes Gracefully isn’t just about me…
What You’ll Find On The Blog
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