I'm married to my husband of nineteen years. We met in college at Freed-Hardeman University and married after I had graduated. I told him I wanted my Bachelors before I got my MRS. I majored in English, not to be able to teach, but because I knew from middle school on that I wanted to be a writer. And here I am. Together, my husband I have two beautiful children who keep us hopping.
I grew up a preacher's kid, moving every few years. I've never lived anywhere longer than six years. By the time I got married, I had lived in six different towns, seven if you count the few months we lived with my grandparents between jobs one time, and five/six different states. Since marriage, I've added another state and five more towns. It's not for everyone, but it definitely makes it easier for me to make friends and adjust to new situations.
I am a crafter. I love crochet, drawing and painting, sewing, quilting, needlework, and sometimes jewelry-making. I'm sure there's probably a few other things I've tried over the years, but those are the ones I've done with much success.
I am also a preschool teacher and Bible class teacher, which lets me use my story-telling and crafter skills in other ways while sharing God's love with those who are already so like Him. In the last few years, I've added content editing and tax preparation to my jobs too. I'm always busy, but oh, so blessed.
I hope in all my creative endeavors to glorify God, but especially in my writing. I want my stories to show that while Christians face real struggles, it can still work out for good.