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Saying Yes To Help

Allow people to help. As soon as Marcus died and I could catch my breath, I started the most daunting task of my life: telling people. How do you even begin that conversation? This is something so horrifying, so shocking, and so unexpected. I texted my best friend because I simply couldn’t speak to call… Continue reading Saying Yes To Help

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Year In Review // Decade Recap

A lot has changed in the past ten years, and even more this year. Going through pictures and memories from this year has me remembering the big adventure we have lived! I love doing a year in review and am trying to get better about documenting my life and adventures here. 2010 Celebrated one year… Continue reading Year In Review // Decade Recap

Faith · grief · Health · Travel · Uncategorized

The Year of the Widow; Taking Back My Power

Because my world was rocked so early into the new year, it kind of segmented 2019 in my mind. This year is the year of being a widow, less a couple weeks. It would have been so easy to retreat, to stay home and avoid situations where I had to interact with people, or may… Continue reading The Year of the Widow; Taking Back My Power

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Compelled to Breathe

(Yes, some pictures are sideways. No, I can’t figure out how to fix it. I have tried all week and lost interest. Just tilt your head sideways and voila!…) Grieving with three young kids is tough. I have all these emotions and thoughts, but I don’t have the time or opportunity to process them. My… Continue reading Compelled to Breathe

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How to Choose a Realtor

To continue on with the home selling series, I¬†thought it would be beneficial to share our realtor experience. I am a realtor myself (contact me here if you have questions!), but we chose for me not to list our own house. At the time I was 8 months pregnant with two toddlers at home, and… Continue reading How to Choose a Realtor