Friday, December 8, 2017


My why started the day I learned what true poverty looked like and I stared it in the face upon traveling through the countryside of Guatemala.

I will never forget what it felt like coming home to a "fancy" house and leaving our children behind through our adoption journey.   I will never forget the sights, smells, and lack everywhere we visited. I will never forget the villages I walked through in Ethiopia. Once you are touched by it - it lives with you forever.  The world becomes awfully small and you don't simply say "What can I do, I'm just one person?" You seek to find a way to be a part of the change. This my friends is a way for all of us to create the change we desire around the world!

I'm thrilled to share with all of you that our 15 yr old daughter Jordan has decided to join me in this amazing venture!  Listen to our story.

In 2017 we have touched double the lives and will continue to through Trades of Hope - because one life changed has a rippling effect to hundreds! Care to help us hit goals throughout the year or join us? 

Every time you choose to support me - we are supporting women and their children around the world. We are EMPOWERING WOMEN and GIVING them a career and HOPE! So as you plan your gift giving this year - please consider shopping with me through Trades of Hope! If your heart is touched like mine was watching this video and you want to join us, then reach out. Let's spread LOVE and HOPE all around the world!

You can see all the beautiful items and tools that come in the box upon joining here!

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for supporting this wonderful mission with us!


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