Welcome to my blog!
My name is Patty Parker and I write about finding beauty in every day.
A huge portion of my writing is inspired by my experiences as a mom with three small children. Oh the adventures and life lessons I’ve experienced in the past 5 years! Being a mom is breath-takingly beautiful but it’s also hard and can feel lonely at times. I can not think of a better moment than when I realize that I’m not alone as a woman, wife, mother, and mom-preneur. As you read my posts, my hope is that you’ll feel surrounded by others just like you saying “me too! I feel that way. I fear this. I hope that. I love this.” I pray you’ll be able to take a moment to breathe in deeply, cry a little, laugh a lot, say “me too!” often, and be inspired to drink in the life right in front of you.
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Want to know more about me? Here’s my bio.
I am a mid 30’s native Floridian living the dream in North Texas. As the saying goes, I wasn’t born here but I got here as fast as I could. I’ve been married to my dear sweet husband, Marshall, for 8 years. We have three darling children (who were born in Texas…blessed) ages 1,3,5…boy, girl, boy respectively. I have worn many professional hats during my adult life but my favorites are in the church and non-profit sector. I currently stay at home with my children while writing and communicating on a free-lance basis. (You can inquire about my services by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org) I love reading, writing, good books, music and movies. My all time favorite movies are Life is Beautiful (warning: deeply emotional) and August Rush (very sweet..happy ending!) I love how both movies represent difficult circumstances and how hope allows them to rise above and see beauty. I love to decorate my house and dream up ways to celebrate life.
Until we meet again…remember that every moment is worth it. There is beauty to behold in every day.