Finding fun

Have you ever heard about something that sounded fun and that you wanted to do it, but you never got the chance? Perhaps you wanted to take a trip to someplace exotic, but you never had the financial means or vacation days to spare. Maybe you wanted to go to a new, fancy restaurant but […]

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Today’s my birthday

Back in March, when the pandemic shut down much of the world, I thought for sure when my birthday rolled around in July, I would be able to celebrate as I always have: having a dinner party with family and friends, traveling with my husband for a birthday adventure, going wine tasting, or spending the […]

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We have arrived.

On the fifth day of our trek across the country, we arrived in Cleveland, Ohio. Exhausted yet energized, excited yet unsure, we unloaded our trailer and started this new adventure that God showed me in my dream. As I look back on the experiences we had in our trip, I am amazed at all God […]

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To Indy and Beyond

While on our cross country adventure during Covid-19, we spent the last night on the road in Indianapolis. We were tired, hungry, and just wanted to eat and pass out. We got to our hotel (which was under construction) and quickly looked up food places to get delivery. After several days of veggie burgers, bad […]

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Mask Revelations

It was grey and rainy when we woke up in Kansas City, Kansas, the beginning of day 4 of our cross country adventure. We were tired, sick of being in the car, and to be honest, starting to get on each other’s nerves…just a touch. A multi-day cross country road trip with your spouse is […]

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Flatlands USA

During our cross country trek in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, we woke up in our hotel in Denver to sunny, yet chilly 50 degree weather. We stayed in the downtown area and as we drove around, looking for coffee (of course!) we saw people walking their dogs, wearing shorts and hoodies…and masks. The […]

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Cross Country during Covid-19

Since early March, my husband and I had been under the ‘Safer at Home’ initiative in LA County. We were working from home, only leaving our apartment once a week for a grocery run and maybe, splurging on a bagel and coffee from our favorites spots on Larchmont. We wore masks anytime we went out, […]

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In Remembrance

I am a processor. I take in whatever information is presented to me and take time to think it through. It pervades my thoughts, my emotions, my dreams and my prayers. I like to understand my perspective and seek God’s perspective in whatever is going on – before I rush to disclose my thoughts publicly. […]

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BlackOut Tuesday

My purpose in starting this blog was to document leaps of faith in following what God has revealed to us and tell stories about my life. The whole idea of ‘leap before looking’ is that you don’t have it all figure out, but through faith you take that ‘leap’ and do it anyway. I can’t […]

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