The Moral Wardrobe: Black and White and Spring All Over

The weather hasn’t quite embraced spring yet (it snowed on Saturday, ugh), but I can see it’s warming up to it (pun intended). 

The flowering trees have been blooming for a couple weeks and some of them are starting to reveal their little baby spring leaves. I am full of hope that someday I’ll get to wear sandals and leave my house without a sweater. I took these photos on Holy Saturday (the day before Easter) and it was still too cold to go without a sweater for more than a few minutes.

But oh how glorious that morning sun was!

Ethical Details: Top – thrifted via; Pants – Elizabeth Suzann Clyde Pants; Shoes – old Sseko Designs; Earrings – Soko (similar) via Causebox
I don’t think I’ve talked about it much here, but I had a rough January and February. Just a lot of things on my plate and some interpersonal issues at work that fell on me to resolve. Not to mention this discernment process for ministry in the Episcopal church feels intermittently tedious and stagnant. March was a little better, and now that the days are longer and brighter, I’m feeling more stable, but I spent a lot of time feeling isolated and too much inside my own head. As much as I want to run this blog in a “professional” way, I always feel better when I feel known. So thanks for listening. 

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