Words That Fluttered Skyward in 2013

By December 31, 2013 culture, faith, language No Comments

Happy New Year, dear friends!

It’s been another year of wording, and I am so grateful, first to offer my thoughts and second to have gained your attention here-and-there along the way. Looking back at 2013, I see so many highs and lows, tough spots and smooth stretches. It’s been the usual of life, for sure, although some parts I prefer more so than others, if you know what I mean.

WordPress has a year-end infographic for all the activity filling my patch of sky in 2013—check that out here. I’ve also collected some of my personal post favorites, which are arranged by the categories I keep. Click about and enjoy; if I missed your personal favorite that has graced this patch of sky, feel free to add it to the comments. Thanks for meeting me here. More to come in 2014!

Faith

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Is This the Story God Meant to Tell?

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Figuring out My Post-India Life

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Seventy Times Seven: Punching Fear in the Face

Language

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Goofy Challenge 2013: Race 2

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My Big Fat Greek Definition of Work

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Inviting Change to Our Thanksgiving Holiday

Culture

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Which Word Wednesday: Trooper vs. Trouper

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Keep Our Grammar from Being a Hot Mess

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Which Word Wednesday: Bad vs. Badly

Elsewhere

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True Woman: Breathe Courage

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True Woman: When Your Vacation Bubble Pops

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Christ and Pop Culture: The Unthinkable Reality of Human Trafficking

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