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Keep on dreaming even if it breaks your heart.

This line has been my unofficial moto for the last decade. Through death and pediatric cancer, to joy and life, I have been setting my sights on the future where I am able to pursue my dreams.

I officially opened my business in 2014. At that time I strictly offered machine embroidery services, and helped my mom in her longarm shop. We had our first child Audra not long after, and I could no longer help in the quilt shop, so I offer tailoring services instead. This was not my cup of tea.

I continued with tailoring for a couple of years until our second born(Ezekiel) was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma(cancer). This prevented my from sewing for a couple of years.


But don't worry, he is doing great! He kicked cancer's butt! He is as ornery as ever and it's just getting worse.

This is him now, he is thriving and living life to the fullest.

Things have finally slowed down. We added Isaiah to the party shortly after Ezekiel was diagnosed, and he has always been the happiest kid. He always has a smile on his face and a hug for everyone and anyone. He is a true joy to be around.

And finally, after a long hard pregnancy, we completed our family with Eloise(Ellie). She was certainly a surprise and a shock, but she completes us. We are truly blessed and Thankful for everything God has brought us through.

And now, since life is finally going our way. I am pursuing my dreams full speed. I'd like to thank each and every one of you that have supported me on my journey. I truly hope and pray that we can continue this road together for a very long time.

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