Wednesday, April 1, 2015


Jumping on the #wcw hashtag—Woman Crush Wednesday—I’m going to be sharing some interviews with women whom I admire--women I know and women who inspire me with their story, their words, their style, their ideas, their art, their talents, their kindness and their example. Since everyone has a story, I’m gonna be the one who will ask about it.

So there you have it—Woman Crush Wednesday, a new interview type of posting I’ll be occasionally sharing here.

To kick this off, it was clear who’d be my first interview, the woman I look up to the most for her strength and resilience—my sister.


Every interview on tv has a stage and the person being interviewed walks out to background music, what’s your background music?
I don't know much, but I know I love you!

I think when anyone in our family thinks about you, we immediately think of resilience, strength and hard work because those have characterized your journey these past several years. In the last five years, what was your lowest low and how did you rise above it? I would say 2014 was a very low point for me I wasn't sure what to do other than look up and in 2015 I have tried to do my best to focus on what God has in store for my future.

And your highest high? My most favorite moments in life and the ones that give me the most joy are the ones that involve my daughter the highest moments are when she was born and the first day I saw her stand!

I personally think you are a wonderful mother, what's the hardest part of raising a kid? At times I feel overwhelmed but it has nothing to do with BK it is just the obtabcles and limits of the present. Because she is a child with a disablity it makes me sad that not everywhere there are places that are assessible for her.

And the easiest? The part that is the easiest is BK she is just filled with JOY all the time and that is what makes my job easy.

What’s one of your favorite quotes/bible verses that you hold close to your heart? James 1:2-4

Compare these two things: Your view of yourself ten years ago and your view of yourself now.
My view of myself 10 years ago was a bit more positive than now, I need to work on more areas in my life now than I did ten years ago but all of that my be circumstantial I guess. I could always be better that is for sure.

What's the best thing someone said to you when you were at rock bottom and needed support. I am here for you, If you need anything. I truly believed that people that told me that and I hold them close to my heart.

I so believe in signs, kisses from the Universe, that tell us--especially when we desperately need to be told--that everything's going to be okay, that we're on the right path. Do you have believe in these type of things? If so, have you had an experience you can share? I can't say that I do. I believe that God gives my reminders through lots of things and even people.

Random, but fun. Finish the following. I hate when...there are boogers in my nose and I am in public!

And, I love when...I get to spend quality time with friends and family.

Favorite easy meal you make for dinner?Spaghetti

If you had to get a tattoo right now, what would it be? verse on the bottom of my foot


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