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Hi! I'm Kristi. The picture of me laying on my kitchen floor is a symbol for why I blog. Life is hard, but is meant to be shared. Nothing on here is scripted because quite frankly, I can't make this up. If you think I make anything look easy, I do have the secret... so keep reading and let me know if you can figure out what it is. What is the secret to making the best out of life even in the most difficult circumstances? Sit back, relax and happy reading.

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When I started this blog, I was a full time working mom. Now, I am a stay at home mom and writer for Upper Providence Living, a local lifestyle magazine.

I never would have thought I would be where I am right now, but I have never been happier. I am in the process of forming a nonprofit. The paperwork was recently submitted. Once it is official, I will share all of the exciting details.

If you would have told me when I began this blog that God’s plan for my life was going to be so clearly revealed, I would have argued that it was already revealed. I always thought dreams ended at a certain age. God is so much bigger than that idea. He has dreams for us that we view as impossible, but we serve a possible God.

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As a 40 year old mom of four amazing daughters: Camryn (13); Brynlee (9); and identical twins, Aubrey and Courtney (7), I live a life that is never boring. I have been married to my husband, Dave for 15 years. In those 15 years, we have battled Postpartum Depression, Autism, Life Support, Postpartum Psychosis and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. My family has recently taken on a new battle against Stage 4 Glioblastoma. My Dad was diagnosed in July and recently finished 6 weeks of radiation and chemo. He makes me so proud.

Glioblastoma Stage IV— WHATEVER!!!
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I would never have been able to survive these battles if it weren't for my relationship with the Lord and the love and support of my husband, family and friends.

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