Category Archives: The Fit Hits the Shan

The fits hits the Shan #9: homesick for their light

There are stars sewn under my skin.  I used to keep them in my pockets, but they fell out too easily; I lost them in tall grass and bounding up stairs. Once I climbed a tree over a creek in … Continue reading

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The fit hits the Shan #6: Purging Control

Shan is here today to share with us her first post of 2012. It is honest, raw, and beautiful, like always. ~~~~~~ Shawn Smucker wrote something recently that’s had me asking myself an old question in a new way.  Not “Why … Continue reading

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The fit hits the Shan #5: We Could Pretend

Shan is back with a poignant post about allowing those around us the space and freedom to be and speak who they are. Enjoy. ~~~~~~ Last week I sat in a hushed little music hall and listened to Ruth Moody’s … Continue reading

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The fit hits the Shan, No. 3: Why can’t church be more like the smoking section?

Shan is back with possibly my favorite post from her yet (aside from the knockout that kicked this series off). Love this image. Enjoy. ~~~~~~ I miss smoking. Not the blood pressure spikes or the way the top of my … Continue reading

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The Fit Hits the Shan, Ep. 2: Choosing a Costume

I’m honored once again to be hosting my sister’s monthly post here on my blog. I think men and women both can relate to this post, and I look forward to hearing your thoughts on it! You can check out … Continue reading

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The Fit Hits the Shan, No. 1: Homeless Man

I’m very excited to share with you not only another great post from my sister, Shan, but the first installment of her monthly column. Woot! Her guest post from last month was hugely popular for good reason. With no further … Continue reading

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