I feel so grateful for the opportunity to share my story through a failed adoption, a successful adoption, through Dave’s death, and through terrible physical pain, and how my faith moved from a belief system to a simple love for Jesus. Thank you for everyone who has walked with me through these past few years and thanks for listening if you get a chance.
Even though my dad is thought to be on the quieter side as far as humans go, he sure is funny. I’m a huge fan of my dad and have always thought he was one of the funniest people on earth. Anything he thought was funny, I would adopt with the same adoration. IContinue reading “Grief vs. Greath”
Dear December, Here you come again. I’m not sure I am ready for you. Actually, I think I am??? I’m ready to give December the attention it needs, but I’m eager to get past the two year mark. I often times STILL have a hard time believing that 4 days before Christmas, less than twoContinue reading “A Letter to December”
Dear Long Time Married People, You are just going to have to take my word for it . . . you still need to date. I may not have a degree in psychology, but I do have a new vantage point in the world of dating. I know you have heard it a million timesContinue reading “A Letter to Long Time Married People”
Dear Kara Tippetts, When I first started reading your blog (I’m sure anyone reading my blog has read hers), and learning of your plight with cancer, I felt like I had something to offer to you. I felt like I wanted to sit down with you over a cup of coffee and tell you that your kidsContinue reading “A Letter to Kara Tippetts”
Dear Purse Wearers, Tomorrow is National Handbag Day. I would venture to guess that not many of you know this, as it is one of the more recent holidays to be created. I’m not sure why on earth we would need a National Handbag Day, but it does bring to light a part of ourContinue reading “A Letter to All Purse Wearers”