Who am I? Well, I could never tell you all – but, here is a whole bunch about me! I am a wife, a mother of 3 crazies – whom I fondly call my children, a singer (for reals – I have a CD on itunes.com) Listen HERE . I’m also a Distributor for SeneGence, International #206305 and a lover of all the things that breed positivity. I am located in Glendale, AZ but also serve the surrounding metro areas of Peoria, Surprise, Phoenix, Sun City, Cave Creek, Scottsdale, Mesa, Gilbert and Chandler.
A few of my favorite things:
In my spare time I love to: write music, organize, craft, spend quality time with my kids and to read. I especially love to
read YA fiction. My current clothes obsessions include: ruby ribbon, Lularoe Carly dresses and Keep bracelets. I LOOOOOOOOOVE them.
One of my most favorite things EVER is to walk by a mirror – and see my lipstick is still “on pointe”. Every single time – it makes me stand up a little
straighter and be more confidant. It is amazing the difference a little color can make. Try it – always looking for skeptics . . . its super fun to turn them into believers.
Writing has always been a passion of mine. I wrote my first “book” at age 8 and spent LOTS of my Jr high/High school years writing FUN books that I would now call “soap-opera” books – where I would use my friends & their crushes and create stories about them. I am a list-maker, a box checker, and a poet. Words, lyrics, and music are my jam. They make me happy! I love the symbolism buried deep within them. They touch my soul in a way nothing else really can. As a result – quotes REALLY resonate with me. You’ll see I share them often.
I love POSITIVITY!!
If I’m honest – I always TRY to look for the silver lining OR to see a situation from someone else’s perspective. I have learned that sometimes when the rain is coming down the hardest – and all looks dark and dreary – THAT is the time to sing out with gusto. YOU are enough and no matter how well you sing – you are meant to be heard! This blog will combine ALL my passions together. So join me – and find ways to sing out – even in the midst of torrential rain.