Where In The World is Oman?


Israel, Australia, Netherlands, Finland, New Zealand and Ghana. These are just a few of the countries that my blog has reached. When I sat down last week to review my data from A Woman’s Work. I cried.

I cried tears of joy. I sang my praises unto God. The joy I felt meant that I was finally obedient to God. I shared my journals with the world. Not for my glory but for His.

Maybe someone would have never thought of having a “go to scripture” to read daily. Someone needed to hear that talking to God was just like talking with a friend.


My spirit was humbled. It wasn’t the number of followers that made me smile. It was the fact that people from 60 different countries have read a blog from A Woman’s Work.

There was someone who learned about autism and the early signs of autism. A couple battling infertility hopefully was encouraged about their future.

When I think about why I journaled in the beginning. It all makes sense to me now.  My purpose was to use my struggles to share a testimony of faith and hope. I am not the same person I was 14 years ago. I am empowered and fierce. But I am still a work in progress.


June 30, 2017 will be a great day for me. It will be a day to celebrate my blog, and my passion for writing. To my family, friends, coworkers and complete strangers. Thank you for your inspiration. This is why I will continue to write.

United States, Canada, Philippines, Australia, China, Russia, Puerto Rico, South Korea, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Qatar, Mexico, Brazil, Netherlands, Serbia, Ireland, Virgin Islands, Trinidad & Tobago, Israel, United Arab Emirates, Jamaica, Japan, Italy, Portugal, South Africa, Norway, Cambodia, Nigeria, India, Cyprus, Singapore, Namibia, Finland, France, Switzerland, Poland, Albania, Kenya, Dominica, Lithuania, Malaysia, New Zealand, Kenya, Germany, Romania, Venezuela, Norway, Bahrain, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Fiji, Columbia, Zimbabwe, Austria, Ukraine, Oman, Ghana, and Argentina.

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