Barrenness Redeemed. If I had to rename my blog right now, it would have something to do with that. Having spent almost half my life grappling with what it means to be a woman born without a womb, I can see more clearly how the Lord pulled me out the deepest confusion and despair and brought me to LIFE.

My name is Connie. I’m a Catholic, a marketing copywriter, a wife to James, and a mom to Gabriel, our son we adopted from China in 2019. I’d like to call myself a world traveler as well, but I haven’t been to nearly enough places to make a living on Instagram, so I’ll let you be the judge.

This blog is about my journey through faith, with all of its ups and downs. It’s about having the courage to live the life that we know God has planned for us, and all in his time.

Romans 8:28

10 thoughts on “About This Blog

  1. Connie, the short time I was able to get to know you I always admired and respected you and your values and hard undetering hard work. I have no idea how you have the time for these wonderful inspiring blogs but I always saw your inspirations. I loved finding this finally and look forward to your next encouraging, faith based spiritual blog…. I am currantly on long term disability for quite a few health issues that I feel God graced me with to open my eyes wider to his love. I am in jessup, md at my husbands shop frequently for doctors appointments and would love to see you , have coffee or even lunch if you have spare time, obviously your time is very fufiled and and occupied in all your adventures. Even if it doesnt happen due to LIFE.. I look forward to your next blog. Love, Dee Stewart


  2. Nice to learn more about! I agree, it is a balancing act savings $$$ for trips and adoption. In the midst of infertility, traveling has been such a bright spot and blessing. But we need to save for adoption too. 🙂


  3. Thanks so much for your reflections. I am currently starting a Catholic outreach to couples struggling with infertility, now that I have come to a peaceful acceptance of it in my own life. God bless you! Mary


    1. That is wonderful, Mary! I’m hoping to do more myself to help others struggling with this. I am so happy you like my blog. God bless you too!


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