About Lyndsay Wilkin
Lyndsay Wilkin, an editor for On the Willows, lives in Northern California with her husband, Wyley, and their two kiddos, Harrison and Clara, and their adorable lemon beagle, Indiana (Indie). She received her BA in International Government and hopes to further her education somewhere down the line. In the meantime, she holds the office of "Mommy" and works part-time for Visiting Angels Home Care Services, helping families find caregivers for their loved ones as an alternative to placing them in nursing homes. For fun, she does a little acting on the side and enjoys writing fiction and reading LOTS of books. She loves movies, history, politics, traveling, and volleyball. As a blogger, she's all about big picture topics, especially when it comes to having a biblical worldview in today's Western culture. As a friend, Lynds is absolutely loyal and thoughtful and she would do anything for her friends.
“So whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.” 1 Corinthians 10:3
“Don’t borrow trouble from tomorrow.” That’s what my grandma used to say. She passed it on to my dad. And now I’m saying it, at least to myself. I’m a planner. I like my daily life to be predictable, … Continue reading →
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire 1. Theater-worthy! See it! 2. Definitely rent it. 3. Stream it on Netflix, if you must. 4. Don’t even bother. I don’t know if it is possible for me to like this movie more, which, … Continue reading →
As a child I played “house” like every other little girl. But, to my knowledge, I didn’t pretend to be a mommy with little kids bouncing around me. I cleaned imaginary stoves or sat in my imaginary recliner clicking on … Continue reading →
There have been far too many rather monumental happenings in politics as of late – both domestically and internationally – to successfully ignore it. I happen to be a closet aspiring congresswoman (not really, but sort of), so I rather … Continue reading →
It’s not unusual for someone to compliment me on my hair when I’m out and about. In fact, it is unusual when it doesn’t happen. Yesterday an elderly man at Trader Joe’s smacked me with his empty re-usable grocery bag … Continue reading →