Monthly Archives: September 2011

CureSearch Walk, Travels, and Book Update

Kinleigh and me

The CureSearch Walk was a terrific experience.   I highly recommend becoming a part of it.  I met many wonderful people and heard so many rewarding stories of triumph.  The kids I met were encouraging survivors, and yet they wanted nothing more than to just be a kid. The walk was a huge success and raise more than $55,000 total!

Jaeclyn and me

These courageous young girls and their families made this a most rewarding and humbling day.  I consider myself fortunate to have met them.  They will always be a face I put with courage. Thank you.

My time spent in Missouri for September was beautiful.  I helped my cousin move and met up with some friends along the way.  One of my favorite things about Missouri is all the back roads. This time of year, I am compelled to take as many of them as I can. Below is one of my favorites that puts a little gravel in my travels. As fall brightens along this road, it becomes more beautiful.

One of my favorite back roads

One last thing before I close this post.  I have another book signing set up.  Calling Me Home was released earlier this week and I will be coming back to Missouri to Oasis Christian Bookstore in Farmington.  I hope to see you all there or maybe on a back road, as I am sure to meander across many come November!

Saturday, November 12, 2011


Oasis Christian Bookstore

102 W. Columbia
Farmington, MO 63640

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Posted by on September 21, 2011 in Uncategorized


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CureSearch Walk for Children’s Hospital

The walk for Children’s Hospital is this Sunday.  Please, consider a donation by following the link on the right.  If you want more information, you can read my previous post.

Thanks in advance for your support.  Tonya and her family thank you too!  Hopefully, I will get to snap some pictures at the walk and post them in the next blog.

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Posted by on September 9, 2011 in Uncategorized


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