Who am I?  I am a mother, daughter, wife, grandma, and sister.  Why is that always my first response?  I see myself connected to my family.

Okay, me alone. Who am I?  My first thought was, “I am a child of God.” Connection again. And what a beautiful connection. Well, we were not created to be alone; maybe we shouldn’t see ourselves as one, sole individual. I’m having trouble doing that.

Who am I? Someone whose heart burns for love. In the world, in the universe. I can’t wait to see the love of God completely fill the universe and evil be gone forever. This is the deepest desire of my heart.

I love to create things. God has put that into each of us, I think. Here are some projects I’ve finished.

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This girl represents the followers of Jesus. God is our shield, our sword and a strong tower we can run to. The seven stars are the seven churches in Revelation.

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Buildings and three friends out shopping.

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Light isn’t good in this photo. I used watercolor pencils.

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A raven I drew for my granddaughter, Faith.





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These girls are my four granddaughters. The first three pictures are made with buttons. The fourth was made with beads. I ran out of buttons! Lol

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My first wood project.


Altered book art.



Nancy Drew book. My older sister and I both loved reading them.


17 thoughts on “About

  1. I just found your blog and following it now …. I look forward to reading more and connecting more with your blog writings… I also write a blog about healing and I also write about my therapy sessions and living life through PTSD and being an abuse survivor .. abyways I enjoyed your blog and hope to read more 🙂

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