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trishia

trishia
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Hi, my name is Trishia and something that I value about my story is how my heart is outstretched throughout the world and I have many "homes" that fuel my soul. Being born and raised in Alabama, my southern roots remain a deep part of me. Living in New Orleans and then relocating to Cincinnati, post Hurricane Katrina, I learned how being exposed to culture and diversity can build empathy into a person. Married a generous, humble, hard-working man, Brett, from Cincinnati and then later moved to Kenya, Africa where our years spent working overseas has shaped my soul in more ways than I can articulate. We are now back in Cincinnati, investing in building a non profit organization, and after 11 years of marriage are raising a 6 year old adventurous son, a 5 year old joy giver daughter, and a 4 year old ambitious son. I value the diversity among the city and the ways I witness a community of efforts to build up the people. Jesus is my anchor; I love quality time, sharing heart to heart;, traveling the world remains a passion; witnessing community loving one another well encourages me; I value the love of health and fitness and Plexus fuels a stronger version of myself {shopmyplexus.com/trishiaralston}; and photography is a lens I use to invest into the hearts of others at T Ralston Photography {www.framethejourney.com}

Scavenger Hunt: Family Summer Hiking List

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In all honesty with you, these words I am about to share are from the rawest of heart, as these pages are tear-soiled ground for the grief that my family is encountering today, and...

A Mom’s Self Care During COVID-19

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My story holds threads outstretched throughout the states and across oceans and testifies of people who are of great value to my family’s heart. When you are a Bama raised girl and live in...

Social Media Inventory: Taking a Break from the Highlight Reel

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If you read my blog “Mexico or Bust,” then in continuation of that conversation, this one is about the intentionality that ensues from taking the space to unplug and gain awareness of choices that...

Mexico or Bust

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Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree

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We've likely all been listening to Christmas songs since before Thanksgiving now. Has anyone been humming this tune on repeat?  Rocking around the Christmas tree  You will get a sentimental feeling when you hear Voices singing, let's...

November’s Simplicity

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October Photo Scavenger Hunt

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When to Lay Down the Phone

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In a quick passing of conversation with my oldest child, I experienced a life-changing revelation.  “Hey mom, can I play on the iPad tonight?”  “You played on it earlier this morning, so you do not need...