K.C. Ireton

 
“What a blessing it is to love books. Everybody must love something,
and I know of no objects of love that give such substantial
and unfailing returns as books and a garden.”

—Elizabeth von Arnim

Anxious No More {Habit 2: Cast the Circle}

Anxious No More {Habit 2: Cast the Circle}

For my 35th birthday my dear friend Susan gave me a beautiful old copy of Streams in the Desert, a 19th century devotional book. A week later my twins were born. One of them was in critical condition at death’s door. His lungs kept collapsing, and he had to be...

Anxious No More {Habit 1: Mind the Gap}

As I was heading out the door to take my husband to the train station, I grabbed my cell phone. Immediately a cascade of anxiety washed through my body and with it the remembrance that a friend was angry with me. I stared at the phone in my hand, remembering our...

Anxious No More {Habits for a Happier Life}

Dear Friends, As many of you know, I struggled with chronic anxiety for much of my adult life. In February 2015, I wrote in my journal, "180 days to joy. That's what I want, God. JOY. I am sick of living in fear and anxiety. I WANT JOY." Then I promptly forgot about...

Miscellany

Dear Friends, I am hereby giving you notice that you will be hearing from me weekly for the next two months. Beginning next week, I will be running a weekly series called "Anxious No More: Habits for a Happier Life." If you struggle with anxiety as I have, this is for...

Step Out

  Dear Friends, This may be a record, even for me, sixteen weeks without a word. I apologize. My commitment to this space is waning, has been waning for a year now. I have no vision for it, and without a vision, I find it very difficult to keep walking the road. I see...

K.C. IRETON


KIMBERLEE IRETON

K.C. Ireton is a writer and teacher. The author of The Circle of Seasons: Meeting God in the Church Year and Cracking Up: A Postpartum Faith Crisis, she lives near Seattle with her husband and four school-aged children. She is a lover of books, gardens, and tea. Also, Oxford commas.

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