She lived her life to the fullest and fulfilled her calling in this generation. That’s what I want the epitaph on my tombstone to read when I’ve died peacefully in my sleep at the ripe old age of 110. I want my kids, grandkids, and great-grandkids to gather around and read my stories as part of the celebration of a life well-lived.
This may seem like a lofty goal but I would rather aim for the heavens and hang my dreams just below the stars than disappoint my Creator by aiming for less than my potential. It’s not just about leaving a legacy for my family but also about leaving a blueprint that points to my Savior.
So, this is not just my website but a collection of stories about my life, my work, my relationships, and my God. My writing has been my own form of self-therapy over the years and I hope that in it, you will find hope, healing, and humor.