Stuff I Talk About

by Christina Ledbetter

This and That

You Can Buy My Book in Paperback

Remember when I wrote a book and the site selling it went kaput and it was really embarrassing and terrible and I felt like I’d wasted two years of my life working on a project that I couldn’t figure out how to get to the masses? Well, do I have some news for you! But first, let me say that this may be one of those posts where three weeks […]

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Things That Don’t Make Sense

First of all, on my walk this morning this man stopped me on the street and asked, “What do you think about what’s happening at the border?” We were right beside where a new neighborhood is going to be built and for a split second I thought he meant the border to the neighborhood. Then I realized he meant the Mexican border. I looked around for a while and knew […]

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This Thing I Did the First Decade of Marriage and Why I Stopped

I had a really smooth process for communicating difficult subjects throughout my first decade of marriage. It went something like this: Talk. Talk. Talk more. Give an analogy. Throw in another more creative analogy. Cry Wait, I have another analogy to express my feelings. Talk Talk Scream. Then I found out this better way to communicate, and I even use it in friendships. I made a video about it.

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Falsies Part II

Remember how false teachers were all up in Timothy’s business? Paul had more to say about that. And I have more to say about what our role as women in the church is when it comes to this crap. Also, we cut a hole in our bedroom wall for a plumber to access our broken bathtub. The new cat loves loves it and has decided to live behind our wall. […]

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The Preacher and The Plan

The Preacher I married a preacher man! Not really, but Benson did teach at church back in August and I took a poll from the whole universe and everybody agreed that it was the best sermon ever preached since Jesus’ time. Here’s the link! The Plan I went to Petsmart last week just to pet the adoptable cats. I spent so long in the store that a lady asked if […]

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