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Giving In to Screens and Finding Home

Screens feel unavoidable these days. Sure, there are the walks and the socially distanced conversations. But the laundry, cooking, cleaning, and care taking feel like an endless parenting treadmill that just hit the incline button. And so, for better or worse, our rest from this weary world is happening on screens. Lately, we have watched […]

From The New Yorker

How Depression Prepared Me for the Coronavirus or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Uncertainty

Trevor Almy sent us this beautiful reflection. For Chris Crane As we approach the end of our shelter-in-place orders, I have been reflecting on how, although I have an anxiety-based disorder, I have not panicked from the external crisis or from being sequestered. Paradoxically, the coronavirus has given me an outward threat to direct my […]

I Am Fat, And I Eat Ice Cream

Human Difference and Human Oneness

You’re Gonna Be in Babylon for a While

Jeremiah 31, Steel Magnolias, and Unexpected Salvation

Monsters of Hope: Parenting in a Pandemic

We Need the Hope of Our Children Right Now

“Escape from Circumstances”: Dickinson in Quarantine

Take It from the Woman Who Self-Sequestered for Over Fifty Years