"The hardest step she ever took was to blindly trust in who she was." -Atticus

As a child I was told that the dreams I had for myself weren't reality; that I was worthless...Life growing up was hard, painful, and scary at times, but it made me who I am and I am proud of who I have become. 

I learned a lot about life by watching what not to do and even though I have many short comings I believe that molded me into the wife and mother I am today. I am 30 years old and I am married to my best friend Greg. We have three beautiful children, Emma, Jonah, and Leo with one more on the way. Emma has the most beautiful soul that I have ever known and she is truly the inspiration in all that I do. Jonah, where do I even begin? Jonah has brought so much joy back into our lives! He was prayed for so hard after the loss of our son Ezekiel. Leo is the sweetest and most patient little boy I have ever met. He is our gentle one with a smile that lights up the room! Our sweet angel Ezekiel watches over us from heaven. He has taught us that love has no boundaries and that there is hope in all things.

I am passionate.
I am stubborn.
I love hard.
I am a hopeless romantic.
I wouldn't be able to live without music, it has gotten me through some of the toughest times.
My first dream was to become a singer. Instead of performing on stage, I sing to my children everyday. They are the best audience anyways.
I have the best friends a woman could ask for.
I want to travel the world.
I LOVE coffee.
I am an animal lover. We have two cats, Jay and Carson.
As a child I hated my freckles and tried every wives tale remedy to get rid of them...I think I just ended up with more instead! Freckles are one of my favorite things about myself now!
I hope to inspire.
I hope to empower.
Being an artist sets a fire in my soul. 

An image is poetry without the words, a pause button on time. Without these moments to look back on, they may be forgotten. Your story matters. The laughter, the love, the rediscovery, the empowerment, the intimacy, the connection...they all matter. Let me tell your story. 

 All my love,