This book. Always this one.
“What Corrigan wanted was a fully believable God, one you could find in the grime of the everyday. The comfort he got from the hard, cold truth–the filth, the war, the poverty–was that life could be capable of small beauties. He wasn’t interested in the glorious tales of the afterlife or the notions of a honey- soaked heaven. To him that was a dressing room for hell. Rather he consoled himself with the fact that, in the real world, when he looked closely into the darkness he might find the presence of a light, damaged and bruised, but a little light all the same. He wanted, quite simply, for the world to be a better place, and he was in the habit of hoping for it. Out of that came some sort of triumph that went beyond theological proof, a cause for optimism against all the evidence. ”
Aurely Cherise. Just makes me warm all over.
The last time I owned a pair of denim overalls I was 14. I am glad to see this trend come back because these pants are really, really comfortable. So far I’ve worn them with sandals, mules, and flats. I spiced things up a little bit today with a pair of heels and more styling [...]
I know I haven’t been doing as many giveaways on Sidewalk Ready lately but when Sarah Bonk Stitches reached out to me, I was immediately on board. I absolutely love embroideries as my mom was an avid cross stitcher when I was younger. Having just moved across country, a Michigan state shaped stitching was the perfect [...]
Everything about this song has got me playing it on repeat. When I was younger my mom did a lot of cross stitching, so it holds a very dear place in my heart. When I found out about Sarah Bonk Stitches I had to have my own home state stitch to display in my room. [...]
I know I’ve been wearing this white on top, denim on bottom combination a lot. Something about this classic look has captured my attention lately. It feels effortless, but stylish, and is a simple go-to for most of my days. This look was photographed in Grand Rapids. I was in town the first week of [...]