My ways…

…are higher declares the Lord Isaiah 55:8-9

So glad you are here

Thanks so much for visiting my blog.  When I started writing this blog I had only been a widow for 12 weeks.  I am a mom to five great kids ranging from the ages of 20 down to 7. My husband was killed at the age of 45 in a head-on car collision.   This blog is my journey of grief, the status of now being a widow and being a single parent.  I do my best to point to Christ in all of my blogs…after all, He is the only reason to keep living every day.  For whatever reason you’ve come here, I hope you find encouragement and community.  I’ve tried to be real and honest while at the same time pointing towards the only Hope we have.

family photo 2012 thanksgiving

“There is one body and one Spirit—just as you were called to the one hope that belongs to your call, one Lord, one faith, one baptism,  one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all.”

Ephesians 4:4-6


  1. Jeanne Keller

    What a wonderful way to share your feelings and continue your journey through grief and loss. My sincere wishes for a peaceful spirit and loving heart through the ups and downs of the roller-coaster ride through grief. You are never alone. I look forward to reading your blog.

    • thank you Jeanne, I really appreciate that!

  2. Thanks for sharing your heart!

  3. Wendell

    I could not agree more about your comments!

    You are blessed with a beautiful family and Chrua would want you all to keep the faith and trust in Jesus!

    Someday we will all gather at the river with the ultimate Peacemaker, Jesus Christ, Son if God!

    Wendell ESPELAND

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