Author Archives: Becky Daye

Happy Birthday to my Daddy

Dear Daddy, It’s been a long time since I’ve written a letter to you, but I think about you every single day. When I read my Bible and want to share a verse with you. When I drink my coffee and eat oatmeal. When a hymn comes to mind or when I hear someone whistle. Today would have been your […]

We Wish You a Merry Christmas!

Dear Friends and Family, As 2021 began, we had a growing anticipation in our hearts. It felt like the turning of a page, a new beginning of sorts. 2020 was a particularly difficult year for our family and we were looking forward to a different kind of year. We didn’t know it then, but 2021 would turn out to be […]

Woven Together

Posted by on July 20, 2021 in Finding my Purpose, Introspection | Comments Off on Woven Together

Fourteen years ago, I visited one of my best friends for a week and decided that I wanted to learn how to make a quilt. My friend helped me cut out squares of fabric and lay out the quilt that I intended to make for my then four year old daughter. I arrived home from that vacation eager to begin. […]

Summertime

Summertime is finally here! I have longed for the sunshine and the peaceful rhythms of summer for so long, but now that it’s here, I’m realizing that I have not prepared for what I would like this summer to hold. My oldest two plan to work at camp for most of the summer which completely changes the dynamics of our […]

What if I’m Right?

Posted by on June 14, 2021 in Introspection | Comments Off on What if I’m Right?

When we’re having an argument or a disagreement with someone, it’s important to ask the question “what if I’m wrong?”. But what happens when we come to the conclusion that we’re not wrong, but we are indeed right? While I have discovered the importance of asking the question “what if I’m wrong?” when I disagree with someone else, I am discovering that it […]