about

My work doesn't shout "you go, girl!" It asks,
"so, what now?" 

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These are the stories about our home and life as expats in Ireland, loving the people who inhabit it, and the baggage we accrued when God called us to something more than the American Dream. 

By day, I'm a perpetual volunteer, wife to a missional woodworking artist, and the introverted mother of three extroverted TCKs. After bedtime or before the school bell rings, I moonlight as a freelance writer and editor,  producing web copy with soul (and snark). 

Currently, I'm a columnist for VOX.ie, an Irish faith and culture magazine, and I report on the Irish religious landscape for Religion News Service. I also serve as submissions editor and regular contributor to Velvet Ashes, an online community for cross-cultural women. More of my writing can be found here.

My family and I - plus a lurcher called Cocoa - live in Dublin, Ireland.

(Wondering why we're in Ireland? Find out more here.)

 

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