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Moving Forward

The mom of three little boys and a wife to a husband that was always away, I felt spiritually stuck. I didn’t see where God wanted me to be or what He wanted me to do. I began to wonder when God would move in my life. When will He tell me my purpose? What am I meant...

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I’ll go first. Will you join me?

“And he said: "Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven,” Matthew 18:3. Each time I approached the family section at the ballpark, one of my dear friends would get up and leave. At first, I thought...

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How To Move Forward When You Don’t Feel Ready

Have you ever felt you were not ready to step out in faith? You don't feel able, prepared, or equipped. Recently a friend recommended I read an article that talked about how women won't apply for a job unless they feel they are 100% qualified. Men only need to feel...

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What Will They Think?

I have been struggling with doubt, self-worth, and belonging lately. I was thrown for quite a loop as I usually am categorized as uber confident for most of my life. Confidence is a character trait I’ve clung to and felt very comfortable with until… Until when? That...

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Keep What Works. Release the Rest.

“You don’t look like a baseball wife. I thought they had money and were stylish.” Wow! When I think I’ve heard it all, someone opens up a box of opinions. Don’t get me wrong. I know I am not a slave to fashion. I like comfort. I’ve also spent many years being...

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Please Pray For The Ladies In Baseball

Today is the Home Opener for my hubby’s team. This is our 32nd season in baseball. I am often asked if I like baseball. Let me inform you all that I LOVE BASEBALL! I have always been a fan and my love for the game has grown over the years of my family working “in the...

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A Dangerous Game

After 30 plus years in baseball, you would think I would have a handle on the anxiety I feel walking into a ballpark. As I sat in the parking lot watching the time tick away until game time I felt the recurring jitters of the first game of the year. Not nerves about...

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All. The. Ways.

I have taken the opportunity and sometimes pleasure, over the years to point out to my husband all the ways he has hurt me, all the ways he’s not as good as someone else’s husband, all the ways he does things wrong.

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Love With Passion

“Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend.” Martin Luther King, Jr. “In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” Martin Luther King, Jr. “We must learn to live together as brothers or perish...

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