My name is Grace Leuenberger and I’m an aunt, sister, and a person who once cried when she received a pair of very nice slippers for Christmas. I was born and raised in rural Western Pennsylvania, home to rolling farmland, weird casseroles, questionable accents, and the most loyal people I’ve met. I’m the youngest of four with three older brothers, so any humor you’ll find here must be credited back to the fact that I had to develop some kind of survival mechanism to escape the loathsome label of “annoying little sister.”
I’ve moved eight times in my twenty-six years, but now reside in the beautiful and quirky town of Kent, Ohio with my golden retriever, Tess, and my growing collection of vintage postcards. I love long distance running, hiking, cooking and baking, listening to banjo music, and spending time with my family. My current favorite things include: Jayber Crow (book), The Tallest Man on Earth (musician), and Tobias Menzies as Prince Philip in “The Crown” (television).
This blog is a place where I come to process through the big questions of life. Some entries are more serious while some are funny, but more often than not, they’re both. You can read more of my writing on Mockingbird, a blog that connects the Christian message with the realities of everyday life. Thanks for stopping by and reading my thoughts.
Warmest wishes from your Internet Pal,