In college Jen and I hit it off right away as non-traditional students (married moms who are a weeee bit older than the traditional college student).
Though our connection was obvious from the start, we quickly learned that we aren’t exactly alike.
Jen is orangized while I lose kids in laundry piles.
She assigns notebooks for each area of her life with pens that she seems to have no problem locating while I search for the receipt I wrote a list on the back of with an orange crayon.
She made me ranch dressing spiced with plants from her windowsill. I fed her slightly burnt frozen pizza.
I’m laid back while she struggles with perfectionism. She feels guilty for resting while I often rest tooooo much.
Where she is strong, I am weak. Where she is weak, I am strong.
I think God does that on purpose with our friends. We don’t have to all be exactly alike to love our friends.
As different as we are, we are both loved by the same God who we share a passion for writing about.
Two unique hearts loved by one extraordinary God. And we want you to know that no matter who you are He loves you too.
After many lunches of discussion, Jen and I are excited to have launched our shared Facebook page.
Not only do we share both our blogs and other articles, but we also have a weekly Bible discussion called Coffee and Conversations where we invite others to dive into weekly topics with us.
I hope you will check our page out! You can find us here: