Transformation: The Split Second

The word for my year is transformation and as always, I’m constantly looking to see how that word applies to my life. A few days ago I received news that I can’t stop thinking about. A little girl is gone and her parents, amazing parents who were great to us when we lived in NY, are shattered and forever changed. A tragic accident that took place in a split second.…

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Facebook’s Love Your Spouse Challenge, Day 7

This is it! All week I’ve been sharing my posts from the Facebook Love Your Spouse Challenge. I hope you’ve been encouraged and wanting to apply oneness to your marriage. It’s worth it. Not easy. Worth it. LOVE YOUR SPOUSE CHALLENGE, DAY 7 Here we are. In a couple weeks we celebrate our 20th. There were people who questioned the age difference or the fact I was entering in a…

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Books for the Readers on Your Christmas List

If you’re looking for ideas for the readers on your Christmas list, I thought I’d give you some inspiration.   The Heart Seekers Series. This includes A Dozen Apologies, The Love Boat Bachelor, and Unlikely Merger. It’s now all in one volume and for the first time, in print. If you’d like to indulge for yourself, the Kindle version is FREE through Sunday, December 6th. Not only do you receive…

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Saturday Confession: Walking with Whoppers

April is Infertility Awareness Month and the release date for A Walk in the Valley: Christian Encouragement for Your Journey through Infertility. I am one of the authors and I thought today I’d give a snippet of my life as an infertility patient. The book takes each author’s story from diagnosis to where things are today. None of our stories are the same, especially the endings. I believe any woman…

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When You Say Nothing at All: Infertility Memories

April is a month set aside to make people a little more informed when it comes to infertility. On April 28th our book, A Walk in the Valley: Christian Encouragement for your Journey Through Infertility releases. Our heart is make sure everyone who is walking or has walked in these shoes will have a copy so they can read our transparent stories and find hope and healing. I thought I’d…

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This Mom’s Story

Believe it or not, my schedule is already opening to May. June. July. Even August is filling up. Although as I type snow is falling, I’m planning ahead to days where tulips will be out, lilacs will be blooming and grass will need to be cut. I’m a planner by nature and some of my events revolve around Mother’s Day. That used to bring about a dread and anger because…

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