Several spouses of EDOT clergy are bloggers who publish inspiring, educational, and even mouth-watering blogs. Take a moment to explore the various topics:
Mockingbird, by The Rev. Sarah Condon (St. Martin's, Houston) (spouse: The Rev. Josh Condon, Houston)
"Episcopal clergy lady at St. Martin's Church, Houston. Mother to Neil and Annie. Wife to Josh.”
Apparent Grace, by Sarah Flick, MD (spouse: The Rev. Bob Flick, Episcopal Health Foundation)
“I am a spiritual director trained in the Episcopal Diocese of Texas and a psychiatrist drawn to the interface of health and spirituality. I have special interests in serving those who serve others and caring for caregivers.”
Healing from Trauma, by Amy Sugeno LCSW, PLLC (spouse: The Rev. Dave Sugeno, Trinity Marble Falls)
“I love working with people to help them find healing and peace form very difficult, often traumatic, circumstances and events in their lives. I stay current with the new training opportunities in trauma treatment…but really, my greatest teachers are my own life experience with rauma and being an adoptive parent.”
The Contessa-Curessa Project, by Carrie Willard (spouse: The Rev. Neil Willard, Palmer Memorial, Houston)
“Inspired by the Julie-Julia project, in which a young woman worked through Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking in one year in her tiny New York City apartment kitchen, I wanted a similar task. I’m a recovering lawyer and the stay-at-home mother of two young children… I love to cook, and I love a challenge. So, I will attempt to make every recipe in Ina Garten‘s Barefoot Contessa cookbooks.”
Becoming Leoamityworrel.comna, by Casey Duncan (spouse: The Rev. Christopher Duncan, St. Paul's, Katy)
"I'm just your everyday average stay home mom, cradle episcopalian, knitter, crafter, prius driver, rum drinker, pirate adventurer, coffeoholic viking. oh, and I happen to be married to a priest."
amityworrel.com, by Amity Worrel (spouse: The Rev. Robert Chambers)
A fabulous website showcasing her tremendous design talent and inspired spaces for living and working. "Our interiors highlight the personality and experiences of our clients, while refining their style and adding sophistication, always with a sense of humor".