Daily life can take you on a wild rollercoaster of twists and turns and throw you unexpected curveballs. Sometimes trauma hits home, washing away the very foundation on which you’ve built your life. I can help you navigate the waters of uncertainty. Through my program, Rise from Victim to Victor, I will show you how… Continue reading Let What Happens To You Work For You
A Very Loud Silent Message
I went for a walk today, alone and social distancing, while I listened to music. It was an amazing, warm, sunny day, and the song Living Hope by Phil Wickham came on at the same time I saw a man with 5 little girls dressed in bright colors, all twirling around and laughing (the girls,… Continue reading A Very Loud Silent Message
Coming March 21st, 2020! Abby's Redemption Book 2 of 2 in the Whispering Pines Mysteries. Last summer Abigail Sinclair narrowly escaped her abusive ex-husband, who was bent on revenge. Finally, victim turned survivor, she is free from a life of watching over her shoulder at every turn. Abby focuses on running Whispering Pines Resort in… Continue reading Cover Reveal!
“Real” Writers Write Anyway. Or Do They?
This past July was the first time I haven't met my Camp NaNo goal. What's Camp NaNo you ask? Read about it here and perhaps you might decide to partake in April of 2020. 🙂 One week into the month and I suspected I might have a difficult time meeting my goal. Two weeks into… Continue reading “Real” Writers Write Anyway. Or Do They?
Making a Difference to Just One
A while back a friend talked to me about her desire to make a difference in the lives of others by getting her "story" out there. That story consists of almost being murdered by her ex-husband. No one--as in not one--not even the doctors, expected her to survive. But survive she did! She's truly a… Continue reading Making a Difference to Just One
Change Begins with One
April is an exceptionally busy month in the world of criminal law. Not only does it hold National Crime Victims' Rights Week, but it's also Sexual Assault Awareness Month and National Child Abuse Prevention Month. So for those of us who work in the criminal law arena, by the end of April, we're… Continue reading Change Begins with One
Women’s History Month
Oh boy! I almost missed Women's History Month. But it's not too late. Technically, it doesn't end until midnight tonight, March 31st. There are so many women who have made enormous steps forward in making women matter in society. That being said, each of us matters. Every. Single. One. But there are women I'd like… Continue reading Women’s History Month
For those who have followed my blog for a while you know I have three sponsor kids from Africa: Alex from Tanzania, Amede from Togo, and Mamounata from Burkina Faso. These kids have enriched my life in more ways that I ever could have imagined when I first started sponsoring them. A couple of weeks… Continue reading Compassion
We All Bleed the Same
You know how you can hear a song a hundred times and then on the hundred and first time you hear it, you really hear it? Or is that just me? I've listened to We All Bleed the Same by Mandisa on the radio several times a week and while it always gets my attention,… Continue reading We All Bleed the Same
The Month of Hearts
February is the month of hearts and love. Anyone living on this planet is aware of Valentine's Day, whether we're fond of it or not. The card, flower, and chocolate industry can attest to how popular Valentine's Day is. We celebrate and honor our "true love." I also celebrate my kids, adults now, but that… Continue reading The Month of Hearts