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This is my personal blog, where I not only tell my story of the struggles that I have faced with thoughts of suicide and my attempt, but also the hope that I find with my faith in God. It is my hope to encourage you along the way to reach out to others, to seek a deeper relationship with God, and to love the self you are, and just some random stuff here and there with no real meaning other then it might make you smile.
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Now More about me!
I have owned my own business over the years, but have sold the Coffee house that my husband and I stated from the ground up to focus on what God would have me say as a writer.
God called me to write and speak for him 20 years ago and I said No, I should have learned what happens from Jonah when you say” No” to God, but I’m not always that quick to learn.
I am now working on a book about mine and Scott’s walk out of drugs. (it is a slow work) I hope that it will help at least one person to see that no matter how far you have fallen you can still come back home, God is always waiting.
I am available to be used by God so if you need a speaker for your next women’s event just let me know.
I have been married to my husband Scott (follow him on twitter @ scottsiddle), for thirty years. We have seven grand daughters and one grand son. We live in Ridgecrest California.
In my free time I enjoy playing with my grandchildren, reading, writing, hiking,cycling and camping with my family. My husband and I are pastors of Lifespring Foursquare Church and sing with the worship team.
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This is my personal blog. The opinions I express here do not necessarily represent those I am married to or work with.