Plastic-Free in the Time of COVID-19

Girls in the garden Way back in March, I was going to write a post about our family's adventures in composting but when a global pandemic hit it seemed sort of irrelevant. Four months later, in this "new normal" of social distancing and mask-wearing, I'm still figuring out what it looks like to reduce our… Continue reading Plastic-Free in the Time of COVID-19

Camping 2020: Klein Lake

This week we had our first stint of camping for the year. Camping is one of our favourite family activities each summer so it's especially nice that it's one of the activities both allowed and encouraged during our current global situation. (To be completely honest, this was technically our second camping experience of 2020 as… Continue reading Camping 2020: Klein Lake

Book Review: God and the Pandemic by N.T. Wright

I received an eARC of this book through the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. God and the Pandemic is on sale now. This short book grew out of an essay by N.T. Wright, expanded into his thoughts and beliefs, based on Biblical study, surrounding Christians and… Continue reading Book Review: God and the Pandemic by N.T. Wright

TBR Additions (vol. 3): Listening to the Voices of Others

All week I've been watching the news and social media and thinking about what to say and do. It's horrifying to hear of the violence enacted against an unarmed man in the way that George Floyd suffered and died. It's even more horrifying that this is far from an isolated incident, in the United States… Continue reading TBR Additions (vol. 3): Listening to the Voices of Others