I live in Southern Indiana with my husband, Bruce, and two of our four children. We have an older daughter who is married, and a son serving in the US Navy. We like to eat good food, travel, listen to good music, and enjoy Saturday morning’s with our dog Toby. I am an avid reader, like to exercise, journal, write, create, and enjoy the outdoors.
I served as the Executive Director of a nonprofit for 7 years where I counseled, mentored and coached people in the community. I was blessed beyond measure to have served people in our community. During my time counseling I was able to help men and women with many issues and from many different backgrounds. I listened to stories of pain and suffering and provided them with help and hope.
My life has been a wonderful and challenging journey. I want to continue to give hope and help others traveling on their journey. This blog is my attempt to do that. I hope that you are blessed by it.
How Enroute Started
In January of 2015 it was time for me to step away from serving as the director of a nonprofit and begin a career transition that would help my husband and I achieve our new goals as we face mid-life and an empty nest. After serving the community on a daily basis I began missing helping people. I started this blog in hopes of helping others in the real struggles of everyday life. Here I want to share real life stories that I hope will help you in your journey. Life is hard. Let’s share it together.