Why, hello there! Thanks for stopping by! Wish I could offer you some of our homemade apple kombucha or my mom’s strawberry rhubarb jam (that won’t be around much longer!) But this short online welcome page will have to do for now.
If you’re like me, you don’t have a lot of extra time to follow several blogs. You want to figure out what I’m writing about and why, who I am, and why you should stick around. So I’m making it easy for you! Read on…
This blog is for you if:
~ You are interested in holistic grace for body, mind, soul and spirit.
~ You enjoy meditation and discussion of Scripture, relationships, women’s issues, and realistic self-care.
~ You appreciate helpful reviews of relevant books, wellness products or new recipes.
~ You want to join a community of friends focused on creativity, joy & healing for body + mind + soul.
~ You want to know what’s going on in my life! (Hello friends and family across the country and world…)
A little more about me: I grew up in the midwest with seven crazy & wonderful siblings, studied biology in school, explored a bit, and said yes to a great man! I taught intermediate & middle school for several years, but God’s ruthless love…fierce, tender love…brought me to my passion for body-mind-soul wellness…. I enjoy coming alongside others in their wellness journeys, bringing hope and light as together we live into the Gospel of Christ.
Choosing joy, thankfulness and contentment continue to be daily priorities as well. I enjoy walking with my guys, good movies and homemade popcorn, building relationships, and creating a welcoming home for friends, family, and neighbors. My husband and I are waiting on a ministry door to open, and trusting that God has the perfect place for our family to serve. In the meantime, we are having a blast hugging, squeezing, kissing, and smothering our new baby with love!!
You can connect with me further on Instagram, Pinterest , Facebook, or Twitter. Pull up a chair and stay a while! As my grandfather used to say, “you can learn something from anyone if you listen long enough.” I hope something God has done in my life will bless you as much as it has blessed me.