Wow.

I cannot believe it has been this long since I posted on here!  I have written many times but have always deleted my posts for various reasons (primarily worried about how they might come across.) I think perhaps it has been a good idea to not post too much about my life here because I would like to just continue soaking everything in before I start sharing all my inner most thoughts.

It has been almost a year, however, and after that point, perhaps I will give more deets.  In the meantime, here are my two most recent online publications.

5 Nonprofits Fighting for Human Rights and How They Stand Up to Injustice (written for Conscious Magazine)

http://consciousmagazine.co/5-nonprofits-fighting-human-rights-stand-opposition-injustice/

 

Held Up (written for The Voices Project prior to my moving here, when my immigration paperwork was lost)

http://www.thevoicesproject.org/poetry-library/held-up-by-hannah-edington

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About undressingthedragon

I ran away from God a lot, but He kept lavishing me in His love, and it's harder to run now that I know what that feels like. Undressing the Dragon comes from a portion of "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" from The Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis in which the cousin Eustace gets turned into a dragon. When Aslan, the lion, peels off his scales, it hurts, but it is worth it for the healing and freedom of being a boy again. I want my dragon heart to be peeled into a heart of flesh that beats alive for the cause of Christ. I have a few thousand dreams in life from being a writer to musician to missionary to wife and I don't think I will ever accomplish everything, but it hasn't entered into the heart of Hannah the things God has for me who loves Him, so I guess I shouldn't worry about it so much.
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