I’ve always been a voter. Even though I have missed an election due to distance or busyness, I like to do my duty. One of the first things Aaron and I did when we moved to KY was register to vote. So on one of the most important days to let your voting voice be heard, I am silent. Not by choice…Kentucky is not one of the 24 states included in Super Tuesday. Oh how I wish I were home. My home state, Oklahoma, had the privilege of voting today, though I am disappointed in who won the democratic vote. I am registered as a Republican, but this is one of the first Presidential races that I have been open to both sides of the fence. It has been interesting for me to see which issues I am now focused on as I am a poor seminary student in my child bearing years who wants to see change in this country. I want us to be the country we are capable of being. I will be watching and listening closely. We need truth, integrity, strong faith, hope, and humility. I just wish I could have gotten an, ‘I Voted’ sticker today. Maybe I should take a poll…..
My name is Heather and I am a beloved child of God. I'm 30, a pastor's wife, mom, and aspiring novelist, and journeying to find out the rest. My blog is a glimpse into this journey and the insight I gain along the way; some laughter to ease the bumps and bruises, grace to cover my many mistakes, and love to offer hope and healing from a heart that has been broken and restored again and again.