Welcome, sweet friend. I am so glad you found your way here. I hope you’ll stay for a minute. Take off your shoes, cozy up with a cup of coffee (or two), and let’s share our stories.
I’m Greer. A weird name that gets weird looks. Church meet and greet is my least favorite thing in the world. I use my husband’s name for take-out orders. I automatically start by spelling my name out when calling the doctor’s office. But it’s my name and, unusual or not, I’m learning to embrace it as part of who I am. That’s how we do things here.
I’m in my mid-twenties (when did it become socially unacceptable to share your age once you become an adult?) and making life with my gallant, school-teacher husband in a small Colorado mountain town. Some days I accompany for his choirs or theater productions, some days I nanny for small children, some days I teach piano lessons, and all days I write.
Wholeness. That is my word. I write about it in a million words in a hundred different ways, but if I sifted them down to discover their true essence wholeness would be the word that fell out at the bottom. Because at the end of the day we’re all fragmented people stumbling through this crazy world, trying to make something beautiful out of all the mixed up pieces of our lives. We’re all craving wholeness.
It’s not an easy path to walk down, this wholeness journey. Trust me, I’ve been on it for a while. Because to be whole means we have to learn to look at our entire story, to examine our true hearts, to discover who it is God made us to be, and to embrace fully the life we’ve been given to live. But at the end of this road there’s freedom and confidence and belonging and purpose and that elusive abundant life we’ve all heard so much about. So come on, let’s do this together.
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