Today’s post is a little different than what I normally write. I thought I would share my thoughts today in a poem addressed to my loved ones back in Seattle. I hope that this piece brings you as much joy, smiles, laughter, and maybe a few tears as it did to me. Continue reading “Dear Family”
Thanksgiving 2018 will go down in the books as the Wisler’s first holiday in Boise. It was strange being away from all the festivities that our relatives were a part of, but it gave me a chance to look at things from a different lens. Continue reading “Thankful, Grateful, Blessed”
I don’t think it’s hit me yet that we moved states. To some people it’s not a big deal: people travel and move around all the time. I didn’t travel much growing up, my family didn’t have the opportunities or means to explore outside of Washington state. Continue reading “Leaving and Cleaving – A Journey”
As a writer, you identify as your voice. Your style and poise of writing dictates how you come across to the world. I’ve started many posts before and deleted them halfway through because my voice wasn’t perfect. Continue reading “Finding My Voice”
“For everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven.” Ecclesiastes 3:1.
Well, this is it. Our life in Washington is coming to a close, and we will be moving to Idaho. We will be starting from scratch: new job, new apartment, new friends, new commute, new time zone. I have never been able to imagine living outside of Washington State. It has been, and forever will be, a special place in my heart. Continue reading “Spiritual Seasons”