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Daily Life

Pouring out

By on May 4, 2018

The last few weeks have been weird for me. I got this blog back and was able to, once again, put blog posts into…

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How To

How to: Survive a roadtrip with small people

By on May 2, 2018

Hey friends! This past weekend we headed to the beach with some friends of ours- three families, 8 children- Ransom ( aged 7) was…

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Ministry

There’s too much…let me sum up ( Into the Harvest)

By on April 24, 2018

As I said in my LAST POST, I’ve been absent for a little while, and I’m struggling about what to catch you up on…

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Welcome ( back) Friends!

By on April 22, 2018

Friend! I’ve missed you!! I can’t believe how long it’s been since we sat down for a good chat. But I’m here now and…

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Daily Life

A labor of love

By on October 9, 2017

*warning* this post is not for those with a sensitive stomach….

 

Tomorrow my book will be officially released to the world ( and you can…

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Great gifts for someone in the hospital

By on September 26, 2017

As we get closer and closer to the release date of The Day Between: A memoir of miracles, I thought it would be fun to…

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A Soundtrack to a book

By on September 14, 2017

As I draw closer to my book release date ( OCTOBER 10th!!! HAVE YOU JOINED THE EVENT YET?! You’re going to want that reminder…

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Abigail
San Antonio, TX

Abigail Wilson is a Christian memoirist and blogger. She lives with her husband, three children and a healthy dose of humor and caffeine to keep her company. She is most passionate about equipping and encouraging anyone who wants to see their friends, family, and the check-out girl at the local grocery store, have a personal relationship with Jesus. She loves reading children's books, sleeping, sitting on beaches without getting in the water and writing about herself in the third person for biography purposes.

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