I began writing at age 7, when my mother died.
I’ve kept a journal, diary, notebook, or blog ever since.
My journals were where I worked out and worked on my relationship with God and others. It’s where I struggled, screamed, cried, and shared joy.
It’s where God remade me. And then did it again. And again.
Now, I write about motherhood without my mother, my Catholic faith and family, and as the title says, how I navigate this life with the heart of a woman, fumbling toward grace.
I also contribute monthly to Ignitum Today, a Catholic online publication for the New Evangelization.
Below is a sampling of writing on some of my favorite topics, including poetry, culture, and parenting.