Tag: Celebration

One – Year Strong

On December 10, 2018 Stunningly Strong turned one. As I looked back at the Facebook memories and Timehop posts I remembered all the feelings, all the expectations that I had on that day one year ago. Stunningly Strong started as a platform for makeup that I was beginning to sell,

Boycotting “A Thanks A Day”

The past two weeks my Timehop feed has been full of previous social media post where I’ve started each day with “A Thanks A Day” from November 1-Thanksgiving. While I love looking back at what I have been grateful for; this year I decided not to participate in the November

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

Unbecoming Me- 2018

When you work in the church world AND the production world you often times don’t just “attend” events or conferences or meetings or anything of the like. In my case I’m usually working, coordinating, running, managing, planning and every now and then speaking at the different events that I’m involved

Even in the Why

Even in the why In the middle of the night I say You are good Though my prayers are heard The response is Yours, God You are good When the arrows fly I will stand behind the truth You are good You tell my heart be still And so God

Twenty Years to Life

Twenty years. That’s a long time, or it’s not, depending on what context you are thinking of twenty years in. Twenty years could seem like forever to a convicted  felon. Twenty years seems so young to me now that I am forty but when I was ten, twenty seemed like

Hold Loosely

This week has been an up and down twist and turn emotional roller coaster. I have experienced the highs of having a Senior who got accepted to the college of his choice with scholarships. I have experienced the lows of having a high school Senior who got accepted to the

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