Where there is HOPE there is LOVE {when the world is heavy with despair }








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I’ve had a heavy heart lately. Each morning I wake up and watch the news. It’s heavy, real heavy, full of natural disasters and a mass shooting.  I look at the social media which is heavy with photos and reports of death and suffering. Such sadness in the world. 

Over the past year, when driving through areas that had been devastated by Hurricane Harvey. Do you know what I saw? Hope.


People all over the world are rallying together. First responders, civilians, countries, strangers joining together to help rebuild and lift each other up. That is LOVE.hope















To show our love we need to take action! Make a difference! Bring Change! The world is heavy and hurting. Let us all join together to rebuild! Start fresh! And make a better future for you and me.

I am change, I can create change, influence change and help lift the heaviness of today. 

“Be the change

that you wish to see in the world.”

-Mahatma Gandhi

I want to hear your beautiful story of change coming out of the tragedy. Let’s lift hands and hearts.

If you are in the Coastal Bend, We would LOVE to hear from you! Share your story with us!

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Amy is a stay at home mama bear of three, two very active boys ages 7 and 5, and a spitfire 6 month old baby girl. She is a full time student working on her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Amy’s husband, Austin , is a Fire Captain at NASCC. The couple loves God, family, baseball, the Green Bay Packers, fishing, beaching, trying new foods, and spending time laughing together. They are active in the STX baseball community as her husband coaches and she is “Team Mom/Manager.” They live life with the motto of being “perfectly imperfect.” Amy hopes to let mothers know that they are not alone in the parenting journey with its many ups and downs, twists and turns. She hopes other see that we are all in this parenting puzzle together and everyone has their own unique, individual piece.