• Parenting love

    Letting Love Be Bigger Than Fears

    May 31, 2017

    Every new beginning for your child is a birthing place for you. ⋅ We labor to give them life, then freedoms … The milestones seem big when they’re little. Walking, talking and then running, soon feel like you’ve trained them to run away with your heart enclosed in their wild zest for life apart from […]

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    Lessons of a Healing

    April 26, 2017

    “You will be healed by Easter.”   These were words Father spoke to me in March.  Tucking them securely in my heart, not telling anyone … I continued on with daily headaches and doctor appointments.  Oddly, even in pain, I could feel my excitement growing.   Easter day I took my last dose of prescribed […]

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    Treasure Found In Sand

    April 12, 2017

    Every morning my eyes would open to the first beams of the light shining over the waves of the Florida coast, as if the horizon was opening her eyes with me.  It was time; time for me to run to the beach and troll for treasure!  Surely the tide washed in some wonderful shells for […]

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    Walking Through Mysteries

    March 23, 2017

    Healing.   Honestly, I didn’t know if I would get to write this.  I’ve battled headaches for over 25 years.  The last six months have been too painful to express without it sounding like complaining.  I’ve been focused on my family and homeschooling.  When you have limited strength you focus on the most important of tasks. […]

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    With Play Comes Possibilities

    February 26, 2017

    It seems Father speaks through one puzzle piece at a time.  Every piece joins to another and a greater perspective is seen. “Opportunity Dwells in the Household of Faith” “Partnership” This puzzle piece (or part of this little book) came through a dream and is fitting for the season at hand . . . it’s […]

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    Even When I Disagree

    January 31, 2017

    Being an introvert has allowed me to fine tune my ability of listening … I listen to conversations as they develop.  I watch body language, postures and subtle movements as people develop their stories.  I’m amazed at how much information is simply second hand, social media re-runs and news fear tactics …   There are […]

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    Set The Course For 2017

    January 16, 2017

    There are millions of blogs in cyber space with topics of the new year, my prayer is this one fits like the puzzle piece you’ve been searching for.   It’s Time to Get Real About Chronic Conditions   Walking into 2017 has left me holding my head, literally.  I was diagnosed with a chronic physical […]

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    The Path of Authority

    December 20, 2016

    These last six months have been a challenge for me.  I was diagnosed with Chronic daily migraines. I didn’t believe it at first, it took a trip to the neurologist and a headache diary for me to see how chronic they actually were … black and white facts tend to speak loudly.  It’s been a […]

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    Small Businesses, Tips for Creating and Connecting

    November 4, 2016

    The foundational motto at a gift store located in Gowanda is, “Opportunity dwells in the household of faith”.  Welcome to my household where I will share some tips on how you can enhance your business.  Some of my best creative marketing ideas for social media have been on display in that store mentioned above as well […]

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    Do You Know Your Calling?

    November 2, 2016

    On the verge of turning 40 years old I still don’t feel as though I’m walking in my complete Calling.  Where did the path turn when I stepped out of college?  Are those business law courses helping me now?  I’m a wife of almost 20 years, I’m raising 3 amazingly talented girls (whom I home […]

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    Keep Singing Your Melody

    October 29, 2016

    She stood among her piers trying to remember the words to a melody heard just prior.  She holds the paper over her mouth so only her eyes can be seen … her voice is shy when being watched.  The paper she holds is filled with music notes and words she cannot read.  I see her […]

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    Give Permission

    October 4, 2016

    The service ended like any other … people quietly began gathering their belongings and saying their goodbye’s.  As I sat next to my friend she began to cry, “As soon as you sit near me, I cry!” I smile and allow the process … “Give her permission.” Father whispered.   I’m convinced God never does […]