The Journey

The Journey


I was sexually assaulted my second year of design school by a client. It caused me great pain and shame. I suffered in silence for years. In the depths of that silence and shame there was a part of me that wanted to live differently, be free.

In 2006 I got the help that set me on the path to healing.

Life consist of hills and valleys, drudgery and routine. All are sacred and should be honored by how we live once we see them for what they really are, that is when we truly live.


Part of me got lost in the valley and stayed there a bit too long without purpose for the journey. I began to hear this faint call “I want to live!” As God showed me how to cut through the weeds, roots and stones, that’s when I realized that I need to take responsibility for my life and begin to live.




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