Writing Our Book Part 4

We are getting closer and closer to our goal of finishing our book!  We wanted to share a little bit more about what out book is about.  Watch below for our story!

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Posted by The Wheels of Grace on Monday, February 22, 2016

When the Wheels Hit the Snow

  A chair with wheels. This thing called a wheelchair. Used by someone who cannot stand. This person has to sit because the ability to stand is not an option. The wheelchair helps a person to move from one place to another. This is how my husband rolls...
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Raised With a Wheelchair

Being raised with a wheelchair might make people think that my childhood was sheltered. That his wheelchair would have hindered us as a family. I don’t think that at all. He still did all the things any normal dad would do. His wheelchair taught everyone in our...
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His Story is My Story

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I Am Her Mother

Have you ever responded to a question and afterwards wished you could have been asked again? You walk away slightly mad at yourself for not answering in a way that was truthful to who you are today. To add salt to injury when your children’s ears were able to...
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First Day of College

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Writing Our Book Part 3

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Writing Our Book Part 3

We have been working so hard on our book lately!  Watch below for our newest up date!  Thanks for following along with us as we complete our dream!

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Today marks 22 years of marriage and to many more! #keeprollingon

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Posted by The Wheels of Grace on Monday, February 22, 2016

It’s Not The Wheelchair

When thinking about someone’s past it may be easy to point out what they might regret or dwell on.  For Sergio this may seem easy, but It’s Not the Wheelchair.   I was reminded this week that no matter how strong Sergio has become and no matter how...
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New Years Resolutions

    For the past few months I have been reading The Happiness Project. The author Gretchen Rubin went on a quest to become happier by making resolutions for each month of the year. She wrote a book to document herself following through with her...
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Tribe Conference

  How long does it take to build a dream?   Answer: relative, but I think the real answer is years.  It takes years to build a dream.  Plural. YEARS.   My dad and I went to the Tribe Conference hosted by Jeff Goins in Franklin, Tennessee this...
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Thankful

    Psalms 107:1 Give thanks to the Lord for he is good; his love endures forever. Lord,  I want to take this time to thank for for all that you have done for me and my family.  Thank you for all the ways you take care of our needs.  I thank you for...
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Take Care of You in 2017

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Your Passion is Like Sky Diving

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Writing Our Book

November is always the month when we start to think about the things we are thankful for.  We can’t thank you enough for taking the time to read our blog each week.  We started it in order to share our story and to eventually to write a book that we hope to publish.  This past year we’ve slacked a little on writing our book, however in writing our blog all three of us have become better writers.

Ashley is getting her first essay published on November 15th.  We would love if you supported this project by buying a copy of the Magic of Memoir and writing an amazon review.  Amazon reviews are critical when it comes to book publishing and we would appreciate if you took the time to write one, please leave your honest opinion.  

Since we haven’t worked on our book (the main reason for all of this) in a while we really want to focus on that.  Every week will make a video in order to make the commitment to our readers and ourselves to write!  We’ve been writing for the blog, but not the book lately.  We want nothing more than to one day hold our book in our hands and for you to do the same.

We often get asked when our book will be done and we don’t ever have a clear answer.  We will be working hard to get it finished.  We have a goal set to have it done by summer of 2017. However after that we will need to go through the process of getting it published.  That does not mean that it will be published at that time, unfortunately the publishing process is long, but we will make that our top priority.  

We also want to share more of your stories.  We’ve started a series to interview people to find out what it is that keeps them rolling on.  Next week you’ll get to read about someone other than us!  Let us know if you want to share your story with us, and remember we all have a story.  The story you have and the life you have is good enough for us.  It doesn’t not have to be extravagant, or over the top.  You do not need to have been through something tragic in order to have a story.  In fact we like simple day to day stories.

Here is our first video to promise to get our book done!  If you hear a slight scream in the background that’s our 17 year old son pouring cold water on our 8 year old daughter.  Our house really is chaotic most days, but we’re going to push through that!

Thanks for being an amazing support system.

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Posted by The Wheels of Grace on Monday, February 22, 2016

What’s Your Dream?

What’s your dream? Do you struggle with accomplishing your dream? I started this journey with writing a book about my parents and it blossomed into a million different things. I realized that we were nobody’s in the world of publishing. Every advice I...
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Mother’s Day

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Turning 40

  Norah just turned 40 this week. Here are 40 things about the wonderful woman I get to call mom. 40. She is 14 years older than I am and I can feel it the older I get. 39. When she’s 40 I’m 26. 38. When she turns 50 I’ll be 36. I...
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5 Ways to Show Love

Growing up in a house with 5 other siblings sometimes made it difficult for me to feel that I was forgotten or that there wasn’t enough love to go around. It seemed that the only way I received attention was when I got into trouble and I needed to...
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First Year of Blogging

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The Image of Me

Forgiveness what does it mean? The definition of forgiveness is to stop feeling angry or resentful towards someone for an offense, flaw, or mistake. This makes sense when you’re the one giving forgiveness, but I lived on the other side. I was looking to be...
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The Wheels of Grace Year Two

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Posted by The Wheels of Grace on Monday, February 22, 2016

Looks Like We Made It 1.4: Pregnant at 13

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Looks Like We Made It: Looking For Home 1.2

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Writing Hurts

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Writing Our Book Part 4

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Take Care of You in 2017

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Merry Christmas Prayers

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Writing Our Book Part 3

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Hands That Are Thankful

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We Are Meant to Change

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Writing Our Book

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Rolling Through Cancun

Head down to Cancun Mexico with The Wheels of Grace!

 

 

Sergio

Sergio

The guy in the chair, who lost his ability to walk, but found his mobility through a change in his heart. A change when his mind was awakened by the gift of Purpose.
“And your life will be brighter than the noonday.
Its darkness will be like the morning.” Job11:17

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We share our stories not so you know what we've been through, but so you're not afraid to share your own. Tell us, what's your story?

Posted by The Wheels of Grace on Monday, February 22, 2016

Looks Like We Made It 1.4: Pregnant at 13

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Looks Like We Made It: Looking For Home 1.2

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Writing Hurts

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Writing Our Book Part 4

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Take Care of You in 2017

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Merry Christmas Prayers

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Writing Our Book Part 3

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Hands That Are Thankful

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We Are Meant to Change

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Writing Our Book

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