About Rugged Grace

In search for me , I discovered truth
In search for truth , I discovered love
In search for love , I discovered God
And in God, I have found everything.

You’ll likely find this place as random as my life. I’ve fallen in love with a farmer, but love the city, so I’m very happily nestled into the Front Range of Colorado fully embracing both. I am wildly and unabashedly passionate for an eclectic collection of things including: my family, our farm and industry, CrossFit and a healthy lifestyle, attempting DIY projects, and any footwear with heels. I’m charmed by words, and love them so fiercely that I share mine as often as our high-paced life allows, but also hope that they’re purpose-driven, and that you leave this space changed or better learned.

Likely when I’m writing, it’s evening on our farm. The curious-tailed cows across the dirt road are making their usual noise and despite all of the rumors that the creatures have, the neighbors’ rooster farm is letting us know the sun is actually on its way down.  I’m kept company by sleepy farm dogs, Eric Church, and a glass of Malbec. Despite all four seasons in Colorado and an ever-busy life, these things are my constant.

Photographer, social marketer for the unsocial.  I really really love to laugh.

Living in Rugged Grace, searching…constantly, for graceful balance and truth.
“Be fearlessly true to yourself today – with grace.”


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  1. to this quote – “Authentic happiness isn’t something we can go out and get, buy, borrow, or steal. Nor can any form of artificial sensory stimulus generate true happiness; it’s only something we can be, and it’s a choice we make with every breath we take.” – I say AMEN!!!

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