New Hampshire, Haiti and Bob on a big plate of spaghetti

Those of you who know me well, know that I am a big, giant plate of spaghetti…
Meaning: My mind is constantly going a million miles an hour and I am thinking of at least 12 things all at the same time. None of which have any relation to each other.

Some big things that I alluded to in my post about my bhag are on my mind big time, and I am starting to just get really excited thinking about what God is going to be doing.

I have changed the look and style of my photography website and I absolutely love it all.


But now I have to order new business cards, new packaging and that all takes more time than you even realize!

I am in the process of changing our entire Epping Lighthouse website, and have just recently had someone join my team in helping me with that aspect of it! I could not be more excited!

Along with that, comes more web design, more ordering of business cards, implementing a store into our site. And along with that comes shirts, hoodies, hats and all kinds of other design work!
Also, in our new site will be added an entire new ministry.
It has a lot to do with my dreams and thoughts that involve New Hampshire.

Missions, which involves many countries, including Haiti

And Bob.

Bob is my grandfather.
We call him Bik.

His heart for missions is unlike anyone I know.
He has been to many countries, and inspires me and my family to share the Gospel to the entire world.
He has big dreams.
I want to help those dreams continue on.
That involves adding more to the website. It involves planning more missions trips.
It involves finding ways to become the one… and inspire others to be the ones who

Turn the world upside down for Christ.

We need to be world turners.
Acts 17:6 refers to a few men as “these who have turned the world upside down.”
I love that.
I would love to have that reputation.

And so.
Here I am.
One person.
In a little, tiny town in New Hampshire.
With big, huge dreams on how to change the world…one person at a time.

Sometimes it starts with my photography business and the clients I invest my time into.
Then other times it happens down at The Porch when I tell one of the girls she matters.
Maybe it can be something that I write on my blog that challenges someone to be different.
And it can also be during the trips to the Dominican, and Haiti, and the next country we will visit.

But then it can also be investing into the lives of my very own boys, and watching them start to get excited about their own dreams and plans!

My life is full.
No doubt about that.
But I love it.
I love that I am a big plate of spaghetti.
I love that I live in NH, and am able to serve here, but still have a heart for Haiti and other countries that need to hear about the love of God.
I love that I have a grandfather who is passing on his love for the Gospel all the way down to his great-grandkids.
I love that I don’t have time to sit still or laze around.

There is my New Hampshire, Haiti, and Bob on a big plate of spaghetti.

My life is full.
It is a big, huge plate of spaghetti.

And I am going to do my best to make every minute count for Christ.
I have no guarantee of tomorrow.
So my today?
I am going to make that count.

Be on the lookout for new and exciting things coming up.
And if you want to be a part of any of them? By all means…join me.

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3 thoughts on “New Hampshire, Haiti and Bob on a big plate of spaghetti

  1. Love this and your spaghetti brain!! The description in that verse floors me… let's be world turners. 'K? Mkay. But seriously, I want to hear about this missions business that you're working on. Cause I just love you and your heart and I feel like I'll “want in” on that in some way. hahaha 🙂 xoxo

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