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Fortunate to have lived in various states and countries throughout my adult life, those experiences have shaped my perspective. As I have met people from a variety of backgrounds and cultures, it has shown me that we share common hardships and heartaches of life.


The stories I write are much like life. Though they demonstrate relatable struggles, they also show the hope we can have in Christ in the midst of those struggles.


It is my prayer that these stories will touch your heart, and point you to the only God who loved us enough to send his son to die for us, so that we might one day live with Him in eternity.



     For the past couple of years, my husband and I have been visiting various towns and natural sites that were within a short driving distance from our house. From water falls to city square restaurants, we've made getting to know the places around us a goal.

     I didn't realize how widespread that activity was until earlier this year when we traveled outside our targeted area to the island of Puerto Rico.

     The day after our arrival we participated in a food tour conducted in the Old San Juan. We like these type of tours because, in addition to the sampling of the local cuisine, food tours often provide a bit of history. On this tour, we learned that people often drive, or even rent a bus if the group is large enough, to various spots on the island to see those sites and eat the local food. They call it road-tripping.

     We've adopted that name to our continued goal of visiting places nearby. It's generally a low cost activity, and always fun. If you find yourself with a free day, a little road-tripping might be in order.


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