I was born and raised in Gulfport, Mississippi. In 1995, I relocated to North Alabama to attend college at the University Alabama Huntsville. Currently, I reside in Decatur, Alabama with my husband and two children. I am an active member of Lifeline Church and a member of several social organizations.
At the age of 12, I accepted Jesus Christ as my personal Savior. In 1997, I began journaling following a personal tragedy in my life. As time passed and following a second personal tragedy, my journaling grew inconsistent to non-existent. Nearly 20 years later, a spark was ignited in me following an inspirational message entitled, ” He Had to Break Me to Bless Me.” The message demonstrated how God uses tragedies, challenges, and struggles to transform his people for his purpose and his plan, to glorify the kingdom of God. I began to reflect on my life and how through my pain God was building me up for greater works. In the midst of my trials and tribulations I was blinded by emotions and things of the world. As I began to grow spiritually I was able to understand God’s purpose and plan for my life. Through my reflecting I began writing again, thinking of all those that may be hurting, lost, seeking hope and comfort, realizing that through my journey of restoration hope, faith and love may be restored in others.