25 thoughts on “Contact Me

  1. I love that I can count you as one of my friends! And I love knowing that I’ll get a personally autographed 1st edition of all your books.
    With so much love!

  2. It’s fantastic!! And thank you for likening Teaching Tuck and Ty to a favorite book on the shelf…I read your blog everyday, and that one sentence reassured me that I wasn’t having to give up my favorite blog, but simply gaining a new one.

  3. Tricia-
    I am so excited about this!
    The website looks beautiful and it is easy to follow and understand, which makes me incredibly happy :) I can’t wait to see what you do with it and how things progress in your future.
    Much love,
    P.S. Thank you for inspiring me to start my own blog, I will forever be grateful for that.

  4. We will still receive your daily emails? I so look forward to reading them every morning before I start work. You are very special and you make me appreciate all I have in my life that I sometimes take for granted. Bless you and keep writing always!

    • Pam, you are welcome to receive my daily emails. If you’re on the home page, look to the column on the left. Click on Follow via email, and you should start receiving messages tomorrow. Thank you for wanting to! :)

  5. dear tricia..i hadn’t seen any of your posts in my email lately…and so i came to see how you were..selfish me!..enjoying your posts on my mail and never even coming to comment!.life has been so busy, looking after my mom and dad and i have not been blogging like i used to….i think that this new beginning blog of yours is going to be just excellent!…i am going to take the same advise that you gave to pam and continue following you via email….i love you and your family dearly…love terry

  6. Tricia,
    I have been following your blog for about a year and a half now. I truly feel for you and the boys and believe that you are sooo much stronger than you give yourself credit for. I believe you are an amazing writer and look forward to the day when I can purchase one of your novels. Reading your blog helps me to remember that everything doesnt go perfectly the way we want, but it does go perfectly the way God wants.

  7. I just started following you today. We have a mutual friend – Karisa Linafelter, and she recommended that I read your blog. I lost my husband 2 1/2 years ago after a 3 1/2 year battle with cancer. I have two children – 7 and 9 (4 and 6 when my husband died), so I can relate to a lot of your single parenting posts. Thank you for your transparency.

  8. Tricia,
    You don’t know me, though heaven knows I’ve left more than a few comments on your blog. ;-) We have some mutual friends back here in Akron from The Chapel, and I wanted to get in touch with you about an idea I had for the new moms’ group here. If you have a minute, would you e-mail me? Thanks so much!


  9. Tricia-
    I have followed your blog for more than a year now and I so enjoyed being a part of your journey– You have a gift. Your writing is so open, so transparent. I saw another reader comment about how they refer to you as “Tricia” because you just feel like a friend, and I can totally relate. :)
    I was so excited for you to launch this new site— it’s beautiful, by the way. But I do have a question…. Please keep in mind that I am by no means a technical person….
    I have always read “Teaching Tuck and Ty” on my iTouch, and for some reason, this page doesn’t load properly there. I got the “Moving” announcement on TT&T and immediately bookmarked the new page on my iTouch– but nothing ever shows up under the heading “Featured Posts”. After thinking for the last 10 days that perhaps you were just storing up some writings before you actually posted, I finally broke down and looked up this page on the computer today. Lo and behold, you’ve been writing the whole time! (I quickly caught up. :) )
    But now I’m wondering if there is some sort of setting I need to use in order to read on my iTouch??? Do you know? Perhaps it’s just a wordpress thing?
    Thank you!

    • You are not alone, Jenn! I can’t access my own site from my phone, and neither can anyone else, it seems. Working on tweaking this… on-the-go is a must. :)

      Thank you for going to the extra mile to find me on your desktop. ;)

  10. My sister (Krista Nash) told me about your blog – I lost our 4 month old on December 23, 2009 – crazy enough his birthday was August 27, 2009. (what a strange coinicidence) I have been reading your blog and realizing how similar our journeys are. I have a 6 & 4 year old (and 3 month old) all boys (as is my angel). I find myself answering questions about the unknown, God, heaven and why. Hard to answer to little kids when it doesn’t make sense to me. I just wanted to tell you thank you for sharing your journey. I wish for you peace, love hope and joy.

    • Oh my goodness, that we would share both dates. That’s unbelievable.

      Erika, my heart weeps for a loss like yours. It blesses me that God could use my words to comfort you at all. Thank you for reading.

      p.s. I like Krista Nash. :)

  11. Hi Tricia,
    I have followed your old blog for over a year but am unsucessful in getting the new one sent to my email automatically. Any advise?

    • Hi, Lori,

      Thank you for following my blog! :) In the left column of the home page, click “Follow via email.” Hopefully this will hook you up… if not, please let me know!


  12. Tricia, I had slipped away from your blog for a while only to come back today to discover everything made over new – it’s lovely. :-) As always before, I am blown away by the beauty of your heart, the poignancy of your words. I am honored to have met you and grateful to have a way to still follow your journey. May our Lord continue to pour out courage and peace as you continue navigating the graced life you’ve been given.

    ~ Lindsey W.

    • I’m so glad you found me again, Lindsey. We’ve had a bit of a makeover around here, and I’m thankful you like it. :)
      Thank you for your gracious words. And thank you for following my journey.


  13. Perhaps the relief you feel is the relief of knowing again what your reality is. You awake to your new normal and are becoming more comfortable there. Moving into your “new normal” is what you’re supposed to do. I think in this instance your relief is a very appropriate feeling. Cherish the dreams. Maybe you can come to recognize them and temporarily revert to the “old normal” and enjoy them even more.

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