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It’s All About the Children

Last week, I tried to explain a little about the GO Project and orphan prevention. This post is all about the children we get to love on while we are there. These are amazing kids who touch your heart. I’ve gone with the same leader twice and as a group we decided to support two orphanages. That…

Vision Trips and Orphan Prevention

The group I’ve been blessed to go with to Haiti is The Global Orphan Project. I cannot, in this post, adequately tell you all about this ministry. Please go to their website and read about them. They are based out of Kansas City, Missouri. They started out as a ministry to orphans but then realized…

60 Dozens Bierocks and a Trip to Haiti!

My goal all summer has been to write some new blog posts. Well, summer ended for me on Thursday so I’m scrambling to get a post or two written! The last week in July, I went to Haiti. Having gone in February, I knew I wanted to share about the trip. But how do you put…

Launching Autumn’s Grace

It’s hard to believe that Autumn’s Grace released just over a month ago! What an amazing experience this month has been. It has been fun to celebrate this dream-come-true with so many of you. Thank you for your excitement, encouragement, and kind words about Autumn’s Grace. On the night Autumn’s Grace released we had a…

Autumn’s Grace Release

This is it! The week my first novel releases!! It’s been an amazing journey to see my dream become a reality. When I was in grade school, I’d runaway when things weren’t to my liking. I’d make it as far as a little horse trailer in the corner of our eight acres. From the roof…

Senior Year

Senior year. It’s full of new experiences for all of us. I’ve listened as other mothers (mostly of girls) have spoken of how sad they are that this is THE year. Honestly, I’ve felt bad because it hasn’t bothered me at all. Until last night. Senior picture night. I stood and watched as the wonderful…

It’s a piece of cake

We’re almost at the nine-week mark of this school year. Nine weeks into my second year of teaching FACS. I thought this year would be so much easier, and in a way it is, but I still get just as nervous whenever we start a new project. What if I can’t explain it right? What…

Seeing the story

There’s only one time during the day that I question why I went back to work. 6 AM. The rest of the day, I’m pretty convinced I’ve been given the best job. This week that feeling only grew stronger. Every morning I get to help in a couple of the elementary classes. One of the…

Living IN this moment

There are those times when I’m with someone whose story causes me to look at my own self deeply. That story that leaves you wondering how the person is even standing upright, how they’ve managed to live joyfully in the midst of the pain. We spent time with extended family over Labor Day weekend. Every…

The sweetest three words

Last week Mark and the younger two boys went to church camp for the week, leaving Caleb and I at home together. I’ll be honest and admit I was a bit unsure how the week would go with just the two of us. I knew we even had to go school shopping during the week….

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