About

Im the Founder and Executive Director for The Sparrow’s Nest Maternity HomeI’m probably not what you expected.
I’ve been married for 20 years, 16 of those count as happy. I have 3 children whom I claim most of the time. I’m soft spoken but sassy. I believe in grace but like to fight. I strongly believe in health and fitness but can easily be talked into a chocolate cupcake and martini. I love being extraordinarily feminine but I seriously enjoy playing basketball, fishing, and the occasional cigar. I’m a girl crazy in love with God but I’m a top notch sinner.
This is my personal blog. The Rabid Mime is about giving myself a voice. I write about what I see as a leader, how I see God moving through prayer, dreaming, encouraging folk to move past fear into action, and trying to make sense of the world.
I’m hot and cold on posting. Most weeks you can count on 2-3 posts.
As much as I hate it, I’m probably forgettable. With all you have going on you probably won’t remember to come back to this blog. Make it easy on yourself and subscribe. Check out my archive for content.
I tend to talk even if no one is listening so follow me on Twitter and Facebook facebook and you and I can have all kinds of neat conversations.

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My Biography
I have worked for and with non-profits for my entire career. I began working in parent education while as a student at Texas A&M. I’ve worked in a variety of roles including parent educator, parental advocate, and crisis pregnancy counselor. I serve on the Development Board for the O’Fallon YMCA as well as the New Generations chair for the board of the Cottleville Weldon Spring Rotary. I also serve on the Leadership Team for our local Upwards Basketball Program as a devotional speaker, referee, and assistant coach. /em>src=”https://therabidmime.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/20120609-221539.jpg” alt=”20120609-221539.jpg” class=”alignnone size-full” />

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