November’s Stunningly Strong Woman: Storm

This month we celebrate Veteran’s Day and truth be told, I knew last year who I wanted to feature for November 2018’s Stunningly Strong Woman. I’m not sure if anyone else is this way, but I always get a lump in my throat when the National Anthem is sung or

The Tale of Two Trees

Two trees grew strong and proud side by side in the same field. Day and night they were exposed to the same elements and their roots grew to the same depth. Each season visited the trees at the same time and they experienced them in the same manner. Wintertime covered

High Grace

This morning, I was reading through my journal and came across an entry from August 2016. Our family had just experienced a major life transition and I was finding myself in a season that could have been fraught with anxiety and frustration. My top five strengths according to The Clifton

October’s Stunningly Strong Woman: Kristi Kennedy

October. The month that welcomes fall with hopefully cooler weather, changing of leaves and wardrobe updates from sandals and shorts to boots and jeans. Oh, and pumpkin spice everything. It’s also Breast Cancer Awareness Month AND Bullying Awareness Month. For the past year I have worked off and on with

LifeArt and Human Trafficking

Last weekend, I had the amazing opportunity to attend the LifeArt Festival in San Antonio, TX  where I was a speaker/panelist for the forums about human trafficking. I got involved in the Anti-Trafficking movement in 2003, when my husband and I, wrote directed and produced a media piece for an

September’s Stunningly Strong Woman

For every story that I have had the honor to write, for every woman who is brave enough to open up and talk about chapters in her life that are perhaps messy and ugly, rather than the ones brimming with victory and success, I want to thank you. You see,

Women of War

I had some down time yesterday while in D.C. to walk around and take in a few of the sites, my plan was to visit The Smithsonian of American History. After I explored The First Ladies exhibit, I found myself on the second level of the museum completely engrossed in

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