Some people think that extraordinary things only happen once in a while or to other people. I contend, that  extraordinary things happen to everyone.

 Every day.

Folded within our days are defining moments and lessons we can all learn. They can inspire us, motivate us, and remind us of the things that matter the most.

And it is my goal to capture my such moments in words to share with those that cross my path.

To know me is to simply read between my every line, as we journey together towards everyday inspiration.


5 thoughts on “About

  1. Valerie, this is just lovely. I feel like I’m reading your personal journal. Thank you for being so transparent with your extraordinary life. You remind me that every life is a gift from God in which to delight — and you are delightful.


  2. Valerie, you are a reflection of the love of Jesus Christ. What a gift you are to everyone who knows you. This is such a beautiful website. It calms me just to visit here. I shall visit often. Thank you.

    “Peace I leave with you, my peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.” John 14:27

    Pam Oldknow

  3. Sister Val, keep up the good work. Your words are crafted with Love and Gifting. Continue to manage and prosper that with which God has and is Blessing you. Continually “consider your ways” and encourage others to do the same. Your Brother in the Lord: Dr. Herman C. King

  4. Val, your way with words encaptures me. Your insight is amazing. You say/write things exactly like I am thinking them but have no idea how to express them. Thank yhou and God Bless You…

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