I’ll keep this short today.😉Whatever you are waiting on or trying to rush and make happen. Please stop, you are sabotaging your own story. Trust the timing, trust the struggles and setbacks. What’s for you is for you and it’s not going anywhere. So, enjoy the ride and take the scenic route, because the timing … More Perfect Timing
I know I’m not the only one that has a race to finish. It doesn’t matter what race you are running or walking. The only thing that matters is that you make it to the finish line. Will the race be easy? Will there be hurdles and injuries along the way? Will you stumble and … More The Race
If I’ve learned anything watching others over the past week it is that we all have a story, but we have to own it. Some may appear to be on top of the world, yet they struggle to make it through the day. Those with the most struggles are often the ones with the biggest … More Own Your Story
I battled infertility, an autism and epilepsy diagnosis for Sydney, a divorce and relocating my family. I’m strong but I’m also human and death is something that hits me hard. We lost our matriarch and for the past three days I have been in a daze. Not able to write, pray or focus. I am … More Grief
Knock on wood I’ve never run out of gas. The real reason is that I’m OCD, so when my car is less than half a tank full, I get gas. Now has my body been on empty? Well, yes it has. I knew my body was running out of fuel. My fuel was not just … More When Your Tank Is Empty
2018 was a great year. Harrison, Sydney and I achieved many goals. The goals may seem minor to you but they are huge victories for our family. Harrison’s 16th Birthday was the best celebrating back home in Michigan and enjoying a game at The Big House. That day was exciting and memorable. We went to … More Oh, What A Year!
I learned so much this season. I always knew Jesus was the reason, that’s why we made birthday cupcakes for Jesus each year. Yesterday we improvised and made precut sugar cookies for Jesus and it was all good. I learned that less is more. When you have a child with autism you never know how … More This Christmas