The Faithful Father and The Doors…

Amore’ (Daughter): What a journey! Seriously… that’s what it’s been. There have been so many twists and turns and yet… here I am. When I look back now, of course, I see A LOT more of things. I also see God in every step. I didn’t see it at the time but God was definitelyContinue reading “The Faithful Father and The Doors…”

Our Steps to Restoration. . .

When we first started the dialogue of the restoration process. We decided on a few “rules.” Some we made right away and others we made while talking. We’ve said it all along… COMMUNICATE. This is what we HAD to do in order to have restoration take place.  We were going to have an open andContinue reading “Our Steps to Restoration. . .”

And The Ride Continues…

In our last live we shared several events that started the restoration between us. Dale (Father): Even though I, as the parent, had been faithfully praying and believing in the promise that God would restore what the enemy had stolen, I was never given a blue print or date as to a time restoration wouldContinue reading “And The Ride Continues…”


Amore’ (Daughter): Rejection – This is a big one. This is one that I truly believe created the most problems for me. When someone you trust leaves or even breaks that trust, you have an internal struggle. Your mind goes to places it shouldn’t. Your heart breaks and you’re willing to do anything or allowContinue reading “Rejection…”


Amore’ (Daughter): When you think of the word abandoned, you typically think of a stray dog or old home, right? When I used to think about it, I thought about my dad. You see, what some people don’t realize is that I remember my dad leaving and moving a couple of times. But it’s notContinue reading “Abandoned…”


AMORE’ (Daughter): Emptiness. This word carries so much weight even though the very definition means nothing. How does that even work? A lot of events in our lives can cause this feeling. For me, it definitely started after my dad left. As I got older, my feelings for my dad changed all the time. IContinue reading “Emptiness”

Assortment – Second Blog Post

AMORE’ (Daughter): When I think back to the time after my life was completely changed, I can’t really pinpoint all the emotions that I was feeling. I guess I would call it an assortment. I was mad, sad, confused, and even lonely. What most may not know, is that there was a time after weContinue reading “Assortment – Second Blog Post”


AMORE’ (Daughter): You get told to sit on the bed… because they have to tell you something. ‘We’re moving but daddy isn’t coming with us’. Wait. What? What about the sleepover that I have next weekend? What about church on Sunday and then lunch at Granny and Pawpaw’s house? What about the homework that isContinue reading “GONE”