Red Tent Living

reframing femininity

For October, Red Tent Living is reflecting on the following phrase “Can I come?” We invite you to join us, or to consider exploring the idea further with a Red Tent Dinner.

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Welcome to Red Tent Living

Welcome to what is slowly unfolding as Red Tent Living!  Continue reading “Welcome to Red Tent Living”

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Below, you’ll find the latest from the Red Tent Women. We invite you to ponder, comment, and share. Above all, we hope you’ll take part.

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An Unexpected Invitation

I sat at the table on the lawn outside my door, the warm October breeze ruffling the pages of my journal as I filled page after page. Continue reading “An Unexpected Invitation”

This will not end well.

We met in a bar after midnight. Continue reading “This will not end well.”

The world in her hands.

When I was a little girl, I sang “He’s got the whole world in His hands” and I would picture God’s actual huge hands holding our world. Continue reading “The world in her hands.”

Let us End the Space in which Exploitation Flourishes

I imagine most of us women are a little preoccupied as of late. My girls and I are listening to Michelle Obama today, filling our minds with strong inspiring words to remind our hearts of who we are. Continue reading “Let us End the Space in which Exploitation Flourishes”

Five O’Clock Friends

A few months ago my piano teacher asked me to pick out a song in the key of B flat major. Continue reading “Five O’Clock Friends”

An Invitation to Risk

“Can I come?” These words were a real risk for me as a young girl. Continue reading “An Invitation to Risk”

Come Along, Little Girl

Her presence is just out of reach. I try to access her inside of my head, but I do not know where she is. Continue reading “Come Along, Little Girl”


I knocked on the door of my parent’s house, tears streaming down my face one dark February night. Continue reading “Bleached”

An Unexpected Surprise

Celebration Joy is happening!

My sweet niece, Paige is getting married this month. Continue reading “An Unexpected Surprise”

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