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Julianne Vantland
writing on the intersection of an evolving faith, mental health, and parenting
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Julianne Vantland Nov 6
Replying to @keymo
I just did a spit take.
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Julianne Vantland Jun 30
Replying to @Booker4KY
Please call for the recount! This margin is suspiciously close and I do not trust the dnc not to have meddled.
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Julianne Vantland May 9
Replying to @keymo
I bet it really cuts down on impulse grocery purchases.
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Julianne Vantland May 5
Happy Book Birthday !! I’m just beginning to feast upon these beautiful words, but already I am nourished. From page 14- “Identity does not come to us without journey, because to learn who we are means we… 📸 via
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Julianne Vantland Mar 15
These men are so emotional.
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Julianne Vantland Mar 9
I laughed out loud today at the ad for a cruise company followed immediately by an update about the Grand Princess and the 3000 people waiting to get off and moved to military bases to wait out their quarantines. 🏆🏆🏆
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Julianne Vantland Mar 7
We had to separate by age 2 or it was a hot mess. One in the pnp in my bedroom, one in their crib in theirs. At 3 we switched to floor beds and I sat between them until they conked out. Sending you all the twinmom solidarity!
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Julianne Vantland Mar 6
Replying to @poppyrach @nytimes
I subscribed to their coronavirus newsletter and it seems like it contains less info and more teasers for their articles every day. So frustrating.
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Julianne Vantland Mar 6
Replying to @poppyrach @nytimes
Such a good point. And ugh. SUCH a huge problem!
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Julianne Vantland Mar 6
It's driving me crazy that articles are the first to pop up whenever I search for updates and they're all hidden behind that damn paywall. Know what's coming at us fast and free? Trump's alarmingly misinformed "hunches". Fix this please.
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Rev. Jes Kast Mar 3
Be smart, but not too smart. A memoir of every woman in America.
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Charlotte Clymer 🏳️‍🌈 Mar 2
It was April 15, 2009, and I was watching The Daily Show (then hosted by Jon Stewart) along with everyone else who needed a dose of sanity in the early days of the Obama White House and GOP reactionary panic. His guest that night was a little-known Harvard Law professor. (thread)
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Julianne Vantland Mar 2
I just left Costco where the is going at least as fast as the bottled water. Kentucky preppers have priorities.
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Julianne Vantland Mar 1
Replying to @JeanniePrinsen
RIP waffle maker.
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Julianne Vantland Feb 28
Do you struggle with when and how to talk to your kids about the injustices of our world? We're diving in today at Spiritual Parent!
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Julianne Vantland Feb 28
Replying to @alexegesis @jeffchu
I have so much respect for that. I remember writing last year about similar experiences as he completed seminary. I hope you find a community that understands what a gift they have in your voice!
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Julianne Vantland Feb 28
Replying to @alexegesis
I admire your courage and relentless hope in the face of so much tradition and pain. Thank you for sharing your story and more of the behind the scenes, I hope to find a faith home like those you describe one day. Busting down those old walls is holy work. Keep at it!
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Julianne Vantland Feb 28
Replying to @alexegesis
This is all so beautiful and I want it to be true. I have panic attacks whenever I'm in a church building, but I'm finding God beyond the walls. How do you overcome fear of abuse of power/institutional preservation of authority in traditional church structure? Esp as clergy?
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Julianne Vantland Feb 26
5 y/o: Today on the Internet I learned about a very old, very famous African American woman in history. Her name was Beyoncé and she was amazing.
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Julianne Vantland Feb 26
Replying to @Kendraspondence
Were you listening in on my therapy session this week? So, so with you on this. We have much to lament and nowhere safe to do it.
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