My name is Heather. I am married to Jeff Owen of the moderately popular Christian rock group Tenth Avenue North. I am mother to Simon, a dashing two year old boy and Penelope (Penny) the chubbiest little cutie there ever was. I am an amateur chop stick user and a sucker for a cheesy teen romance flick. My nickname is Schmancy for “Fancy Schmancy” though I am anything but fancy. I don’t wear jewelry and if I were a boy I’d be covered in tattoos. I am a lover of brutal truth, and try my best to speak it to those who I meet. I am also totally and irreversibly messed up. I have “issues” that although they can haunt me daily, I feel are a gift from God. My desire is to use this blog as a way to share life with other young women and let them know that they are not alone in their struggles and that there is hope. My hope is that through sharing my life and having others share theirs, we might all come to a place of healing from the things that hold us down.
My name is Kelly. I am in love with my husband Mike Donehey who is also apart of the moderately popular Christian rock group Tenth Avenue North. I have two amazingly beautiful little girls, Eisley and Nora. My family rocks my world and I am blessed beyond measure for the love we have in our home. I am passionate about food… good food. I am passionate about coffee.. If I could have it my way I would be sitting by a campfire in the mountains every night with a good cup of coffee, good friends, and a dog sitting at my feet. Throw in an easel and some paint brushes on the side and that is a day of perfection. I, however, am not perfect. I have struggles that I face every day and ugliness in my heart that the blood of Christ is covering. I am a child of God’s and I experience His mercies every morning that I so don’t deserve. My heart is to see girls experience these mercies. My prayer is that the words that I write will be completely from God and used to speak into girls hearts who desperately need hope. I desire to share my life in order to take this journey with you to fall into the arms of Christ, so that we may all believe in His undying love for us.