When Life Hands You Crumbs… A down to earth (but not earthly) chat with Christy Cabe

When Life Hands You Crumbs… A down to earth (but not earthly) chat with Christy Cabe

By Nancy Carmichael

We all have those people in our lives- or at least I hope you do- who are real.  Down to earth. Comfortable in their own skin.  And because they are, they give you permission to be real, and earthy (not to be confused with the Christianese term, earthly) and a-okay with your own skin as well. The kind who, even when life isn’t all sunshine, lollipops and rainbows (… and now you’ll be singing that song for the rest of the day… you’re welcome), they still manage to see through the dark clouds life can roll over us, past the bitterness and overall lack of rainbows, and somehow still come through it all with a hopeful, dare I say joy-filled perspective.  All without being trite and/or Pollyanna-esque, I might add.  It’s a delicate, refreshing balance.

Now I don’t know about you, but I LOVE that quality in a friend. And in an author.  

So maybe you’re thinking “Hey, I could sure use a few more of those types of hope-filled, Non-Pollyannas in my life!”.  If that’s the case, I have good news for you today, my Logos Post friend, and her name is Christy Cabe:  Blogger, PK (that’s Pastor’s Kid for you civilians out there), Wife, Mother… and Author of a brand spanking new book she calls “Brownie Crumbs and Other Life Morsels”.

We had a lovely, down to earth chat all about vetting her status as a bonafide PK (oh yes, we put her to the test), her story of savoring life no matter what…  and what the deal is with those brownie crumbs.

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Check out Christy’s blog here:  https://christycabe.com/

 

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