Author has written 3 stories for Fairy Tales, and Robin Hood BBC.
I'm a follower of Christ, a worshiper of all things beautiful, a wanna-be author, a mom, teacher, wife, and friend.
I'm affectionate, silly, insecure, forgetful, unremarkable, but beautiful in the eyes of my Father who made me.
I don't pretend to be a wonderful, gifted writer. I'm just a person trying to make a small dream come true in the simplest way I know how. If you don't like what I write, it's ok. :) For me, it's more about finally getting something that I've created out of my head. Hopefully, one day, my daughters will think it's good enough to read.
Thank you to everyone who has stuck with me while I plod my way through this new, beautiful, frustrating process of writing. I'm loving this journey, even with all of the obstacles that land in my path.
At the moment, my first chapter story has been put on hold. I'm having a difficult time picking it up from where it shattered plot-wise. One day, I know I'm going to be inspired again, and will write more. For now, I can't look at it without cringing. I hold on to hope that, one day, Evan and Celia's story will be told.
What's inspiring me now, is everything Robin Hood BBC. It captured my heart. If you haven't watched it, you must! Go to netflix.com and watch it right now!
"I called you answered
And you came to my rescue and I
want to be where you are."
The Bible is the ultimate love story.
Favorite Movies: The Princess Bride, Ella Enchanted, Ever After, Pirates of the Caribbean, A Walk to Remember, Elf, A Series of Unfortunate Events, Hook, Return to Me, Star Wars (the first 3, er, last 3...you know, the ones with Han Solo!) Lord of the Rings, Where the Heart is, Mirror Mask, Labrynth, Never Ending Story
Favorite books: Bible by the Greatest Author ever, anything by Jane Austen or Louisa May Alcott, A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens, Twilight by Stephanie Meyer (yes, the Edward vortex sucked me in, too) The Harvester, by Gene Stratton Porter, all the Little House books, and 2 biographies that I once read. They were both orange books. One was on Hellen Keller and the other on Amelia Earheart.