This week we welcome Krista Isaacson to the podcast. With tremendous faith and hope, she traveled the painful experience of losing her seemingly healthy 2 year old daughter overnight to cancer. She speaks to the overwhelming experience of losing a child, the tremendous impact of having friends and family love and support us in our experience and being open to hear the whisperings of God in the process.
Here’s a little more about Krista:
Krista M. Isaacson is an award-winning writer, founder and president of the Reality Writers online guild for nonfiction authors, and inspirational speaker. But most importantly, she is a felicitously married mother of six children—including a daughter who has earned her angel wings—and soon-to-be-spoiler of her first grandbaby.
Originally from the California Bay area, she and her family currently live in the shadow of Utah’s beautiful Wasatch Mountains. She loves vintage boutiques, pumpkin spice, painting fairy-tale murals, and her mountain bike named Breezy. Her library is her favorite room in the house, but her dearest hope is that one day you’ll find her in London mudlarking for treasure on the foreshore of the Thames.
You can find Krista at KristaMIsaacson.com and on Facebook and Instagram @KristaMIsaacson.
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(Music: Cozy Place by Keys of Moon | https://soundcloud.com/keysofmoon)