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Heather is a blogger, musician, artist, and Christian from a small town in the Bible belt. She co-founded Tri-State Diversity with her partner to give other people going through the same things she's been through a place to go for love and support. She believes that everyone should experience unconditional love, regardless of where they come from or who they are.

Recent Posts

May 27, 2014

I want to invite you to take a walk down imagination alley with me for a minute. You’re trying on shirts for a friend’s party when one in particular catches your eye.

You pick it up, read the tag, and immediately throw it back into the pile.

The moment you realize it is made of 2% polyester blend, you completely disregard everything you loved about it. It looks great on you, accentuates your best features, well within your price range, and quite stylish.

Mar 31, 2014

We all have our comfort zones. Sometimes we decide it's time to step out, and we just take a leap and hope for the best. Sometimes we're so afraid of stepping outside of these comfort zones that we never really experience all that life has to offer us. There are even times that we don't step outside of them because we're afraid that what we will experience on the outside will be so gratifying, so magical, and so beautiful that we will feel bad about leaving what we are comfortable with now in the dust.

Mar 11, 2014

I've been in church since I can remember. I was baptized as a baby in the first Pentecostal church that was ever built in America—Keelville Pentecostal Church—in a tiny community in southeastern Kansas. When I was a kid in the early to mid-eighties, our congregation ran somewhere between 60 and 80 people, two-thirds of which were my relatives: grandparents, aunts, uncles. and cousins.

The church was two miles away from our house in another little village town in southeastern Kansas.

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