Hi friends! My name is Christy and I am a Christian, working mom of 3 (ages 14, 11 and 7) and happily married to my high school sweetheart. I love my job however I love my kids more! I want to encourage other working moms(and every mom) to stay positive and look for those blessings and I’ll share some tips on how I (we) make it work, sometimes don’t and just everything else in between!
Thank you for visiting and following our journey!
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2 thoughts on “About Me”
Christyjo, I simply wanted to reach out to you when I read your post about your father–it brought tears to my eyes…I remember still how I felt when my father was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer and told, essentially, there was nothing to be done. He died three months later. Melanoma is such a vicious cancer–I am so very sorry for you and your entire family. I pray you can make each day remaining of your time with your father as loving and present as possible. Celebrating his life; sharing in the process of his letting go–these are profound, deeply important chapters of life. My heart and thoughts go to you and yours. Sharon Bray (www.writingthroughcancer.com)
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