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December 30, 2016

Who am I when I'm an infertile girl, in a fertile world?

When my husband Zeke and I decided to start a family 2 years ago, we had no idea we would become the 1 in 8 couples who struggle with infertility. We have always talked about having a family someday. We talked abo...

December 28, 2016

He Deserves Your Praise....

We all say we LOVE God, but do we express our love for Him when life doesn't go our way? Can we honestly say that praise is our first thought when faced with trials? I'm quite sure we can all think of a time when we failed to keep Praising Go...

December 23, 2016

Who am I when everything is a precursor to the life I am destined for?

A season as we know it is nothing but a period of time where things tend to go one way or another. It’s for good or bad or indifferent. In my 34 years of living I have come to understand that our lif...

December 16, 2016

Who am I When Everything In Me Leaps?

I am a huge fan of humility, bonding, grace, purpose and Christmas! So, I thought with all that has been going on in my world this past year (enormous pain & love from women I call sisters) it would only be right for me to reflect o...

December 14, 2016

Have you ever been around someone who complains all the time? They always find something or someone to complain about it due to unmet need or dissatisfaction. Whether you're around the complainer for 5 seconds, 5 minutes or 5 hours you instantaneously feel drained. You...

December 9, 2016

Who Am I When I’m Thirsty?!?!

One definition for the word thirsty is having an uncomfortable feeling because you need something to drink. It is a known fact that water makes up at least two-thirds of the human body. Water plays an enormous part in the function of our jo...

December 7, 2016

Second Chances

We make mistakes, we fall short of our goals and fall short to friends, family and others. We are not perfect. It's ok to make a mistake. But it is even more important to give yourself a second chance. It is ok to take detours, it's actually encouraged. O...

December 2, 2016

Who am I when everything is YES?

As a child, the word "NO" was frowned upon. It meant that I didn't care. I didn't want to share. For example: Someone in my family would ask me for something of mine. I would say NO, they would get mad and they would express how they fel...

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