I’m a mother, a wife, an ex-wife, a friend, a sister, a daughter, a recovering alcoholic, a suicide survivor, a woman with depression, bipolar and an adolescent faith in God. I’m your neighbor, your friend, your co-worker, maybe even you. My struggles are no worse or no easier than anyone else’s. They are simply mine.

I’m also a writer. There, I said it out loud. I was a writer long before I knew it. Words came easily to me and over the years, my friends and family members would solicit me to write poems, greeting cards and various funnies for birthdays and special events. But it wasn’t until much later that the words would come pouring out of me on their own volition. Read more.

This blog is a place for me to use my life experience and my writing to help others who might be hurting. Thanks for stopping by and for helping me carry the message of hope, recovery and faith to others.


12 Responses to ABOUT ME

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  2. Dan Ploth says:

    Just wanted to say I enjoy reading your blog. Thank you.


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