“Broken Church Girl”

  DEAR YOU, I was that girl.  The broken church girl. Hiding in the shadows of hurt. Masked by a false sense of happiness. I smiled. But far from happy.  Not JOY-FULL.   On my self-assigned row,  Because that’s all I know. To show up.  To look up. I was in attendance but not really…

Death To Perfection

I had spent a big majority of my life, trying my best to be “perfect.” To keep up a facade that I had everything together. Perfection is a hard cycle to get out of. I figured, it traced back to me being in elementary school and when I wasn’t a fast enough thinker to do…

“Surrender” -Priceless Women’s Conference 2018

This past weekend I attended an annual conference hosted my church Jubilee. I’ve been a member of this church for about 2 years. It is a multi-cultural, multi-generational, beautifully blended church. We have a variety of ethnicities from Brazillian to Haitian to Puerto Rican. This year’s theme was “Surrender.” Yes. Surrender. It is one of…

The Miracle Blessing

  It’s so funny how God reminds us of the things he has brought us through. Today, I began thinking of my Sweet Lea. Our 1st daughter, Lea. She was our preemie. About 3 week’s early. It was a hard time in my life. At one point, I HAD to go on bed rest. I…

A Call To Clear

Have you ever been in a foggy state of mind, a haze of sorts? Your thinking is cloudy? You are frustrated. You are tired. Mentally and Spiritually. Well, I have. I have been through some pretty low points that caused my perspective of my purpose to be clouded. Recently. I was driving, running some errands for the day….

Lessons From Little Lola

      As the title states. this is lessons from Lola. Well, let me introduce Little Lola. She’s my quirky, smart, sweet and sour, my sour patch kid, (1st she’s sweet then she’s sour) princess 3-year-old. For those of you who have the privilege to know Little Miss Lola, you understand her description to the tee….

“SHE” (A Story Of Me)

Written: Kirstie N. 1/4/2018 “SHE”  by: Kirstie N. This girl. Oh, how I love you. No matter what you do. I’ll still love you. She had shallow roots and broken branches. A smile to cover every pain and hurt, but she loved in spite of. She learned to camouflage to her surroundings in hopes to never be…

Defeating Depression (Part2) A Mamas Point Of View

It was suggested to me by a friend, to dig a little deeper into my story from a Mama’s perspective. It is easy to think that I’m strong, tough and “I can do ANYTHING!” Truth is you CAN’T, not on your own. I have been that Mama, trying to conquer the world and my “world”…

Defeating Depression

WARNING!!!! Today’s topic is a little bit heavy but I’m sharing in hopes to set some people free. I was pondering some thoughts and wondered how many other people have or are dealing with anxiety or depression? Depression is a joy stealer. It’s one of the enemy’s tactics to get us from overflowing with joy. In…