Hello and Welcome!
We worship at Wallenpaupack Church where our kids are also involved with youth and children’s programming. Prior to calling this our church home, I was raised Catholic (16 years of Catholic schooling, uniforms and all!) and was ordained as a deacon in the PC USA denomination a number of years ago. Although I was exposed to the Lord my whole life, it wasn’t until about 10 years ago when I started to learn that I could have a personal relationship with Him. This realization came about after God led me to a new church, a local MOPS group, and other women who were further along in their walk with Him than I was.
My undergrad degree is in Philosophy and World Religions, although I also studied English Literature for a period of time. After our last child was born I went back to school and earned a Masters in Public Administration with a focus on Nonprofit Management. I am back at it just one more time and am currently pursuing a Doctorate in Public Administration from the same institution. Where are my multitaskers at? I feel you!
When I’m not working on Living Simply With God or plugging away at my day job, you’ll find me:
- Re-arranging rooms in our home…putting them back to how they were…and then re-arranging again…
- Tackling DIY projects while my husband is out and about 😉
- Carpooling the kids around to all the things
- Being a foodie with my husband and trying out the newest restaurants
- Grabbing a latte with friends at our local roastery
- Buying too many things on Amazon so I can decide what I want to keep and then driving to UPS to do all the returns
- Reading. Mysteries, historical/biblical fiction, and biblically-based nonfiction are among my favorite reads!
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One more thing! I’d love for you to hear how God’s hand was at work in the making of this blog. Take a look: