I'm a little bit country and I fancy myself just a tad bit rock n' roll...ok, who am I kidding?
I am a Southern girl with a nose ring.
You see I got into this whole blogging thing to try out my writing chops- little did I know that it would become a part of me. I've found it to be a way to connect and tell my story which is really just God's story- a way to heal the hurt places from a fragmented childhood. I blog, sometimes daily, about the struggles of growing up without my mom and dad, marrying a man just a loony as me, taking to the skies on a year long missionary journey, daring to be a birth doula, stretching my arms and heart long into mommy-hood, living (struggling most of the time) this one life spent for the sake of the Gospel, and finding grace in the nooks and crannies of life.
You know the real easy stuff.
I write through the tears and the laughter. I write through shaking hands- yes, I drank too much coffee uh-gain. I write so that maybe someone like you might stumble my way and be blessed or challenged or enraged- maybe all three at once if I am lucky. Better yet, maybe you will take time to bless, challenge or even enrage me. Ok, don't enrage me. I'm not pretty when I'm angry.
You can find me most days flitting about between laundry, deep thoughts (otherwise known as mindless daydreaming), re-thinking what it is to be a Christ follower (once again, ya know, the easy stuff), assorted (unfinished) craft projects, writing, something burning on the stove, and as of late growing a baby girl (she'll be here in December!).
Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing a bit of grace with me. It means more than you'll ever know. Leave a comment to say "hi" or drop me a line at femininefaith(at)gmail(dot)com.