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20110418-2010-YamahaFZ6RFrom a broken home to a new home. My parents divorced when I was barely turning 4 years old. My mother soon remarried bringing in a new man into the family. I was the oldest of three girls. The chaotic journey continues, only a different direction this time.

I grew up having a rough time. Somehow, leading a life of secrecy, fear and anger, I found myself graduating from high school and running into the arms of a man. Getting married and finding out that I was pregnant. My daughter was born. The new home still chaos. For three years I suffered post postpartum depression with no relief or support. I have no memory of those three years accept the pictures I happened to take. Seeking guidance and counseling I was able to overcome the post postpartum depression and move forward in life.

God leading and protecting me the whole way. I thought I had arrived. Little did I know.

My daughter at the age of 13 was already doing drugs and alcohol. I couldn’t figure out how to cope. Even though I thought I was leaning on God and relying on Him, I was not.

All of a sudden God showed me… “I married for all the wrong reasons”. I had no idea He had plans already laid out for me. I found myself separated and then divorced. However, before the divorce I found myself fleeing in desperation to get away from the “old life”. Creating a new life and starting over. I’m in my second marriage. We have our struggles. We have been through some rough times. At one point my husband, Paul, was ready to walk away from it all. God had different plans that Paul wasn’t aware of that did not include him walking away from the marriage.

From my teen years till August 12th, 2009 I suffered with Fibromyalgia. God healed me. At the same time God saved our marriage and saved Paul. We were married February 13th, 1999. Our reconciliation has been sweet. God is continuing to rebuild our life together as well as each of us individually.

profile imagePosts here will show my mistakes, things I learned and how God is currently using me. Being a child of the King, Jesus, and how He leads my life. You’ll read of healing from childhood tragedies and how God recovered me from a marriage almost broken but not shattered.

This blog is a focus on life as a wife. Where I came from and where I’m going. A journey deeper into God’s purpose for me as a wife.

This is a new path for me. If anyone is seeking articles to fill their publications I offer services for writing. Also, if anyone is seeking a speaker or life coaching services you can contact me.

I am a grandmother of four boys. I enjoy strolling through the country and mountainsides as well as along the seashore on my motorcycle along with my husband, Paul. My road name is: “Titanium Rose”. I truly feel like a warrior in God’s Army. You’ll see this as you follow with me on this journey.

6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. elaine @ peace for the journey
    Apr 27, 2011 @ 09:19:02

    It was good to read a bit more about you, Kimberly. I like the looks of the blog here. I hope your writing project is going well and that you are clearly sensing the leading of the Lord as you move about through the process.

    Thanks for checking in. Keep to the road of grace, sister. I know that God is using you.

    peace~elaine

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  2. Kathy
    May 07, 2011 @ 19:25:41

    Hi Kimberly, it was nice to be able to read a little more about you. May the Lord continue to bless you as you seek His will for your life and share all He’s done and is still doing for you. God Bless, Kathy

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  3. Nicole Hoffman Andersen
    Nov 09, 2011 @ 11:20:33

    Hi Kimberly! Thank you so much for stopping by and for your kind words.

    I love your blog and your journey is amazing. God is good and loves us so much! He has such wonderful plans for us, even when we don’t know it yet!

    Have a blessed week!

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  4. Mel
    Jun 23, 2014 @ 05:42:16

    What a great testimony! Thank you for sharing!

    Reply

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