Helllloooo! I’m Laci…
Wife to the most AMAZING and beloved man Tyler, (he really has changed my life in so many beautiful ways) and mom to 3 wonderful, brilliant, and spunky little girls.
My best friend is coffee… enough said.
I like the idea of working out, but am horrible at actually doing it.
I have ADHD and wasn’t diagnosed till 30 years old.
I love making friends but I also love being a little hermit. So, it’s a huge internal struggle.
I’m all about kindness, love, and positivity! A smile goes a long way.
I’m a deconstructing evangelical who’s trying to find what spirituality means to me.
I love, support, and affirm the LGBTQ community.
I believe in God and am enjoying the journey of my own personal spiritual walk.
I have a truck load of spiritual abuse and religious trauma I’m working through and I hope that as I tell my story it helps others heal and grow.
I’m an ExAntivaxxer and very open about my story in hopes that it helps others who are questioning their antivaxx stance.
I love growth, even though most of the time it’s uncomfortable and challenging, it’s necessary.
I’m passionate about learning and healing from our trauma and am studying to get certified in trauma recovery. My area of focus will be religious trauma.
I was born and raised in Texas. No accent though, not sure how that happened.
I love to travel and have had the privilege to visit many states within the USA along with Panama, New Zealand, and Australia over seas!
I have lived in 4 different states in my 9 years of marriage, and currently we are back in Idaho and loving it.
I’m obsessed with taking pictures. Trust me, you do not want to know the number of pictures I have stored on my computers, external hard drives, and devices.
Cards Against Humanity is my favorite game. (Don’t judge me!)
Oreos are my Jam.
/Kinda/ Sweet Tea is my Thing!
I’m a big foodie and one day I’ll actually take cooking classes.
Some days I’m super organized and crushing it while other days I can’t even find my own ass.
But most of the time I’m just trying to figure out and do my best with this whole thing called motherhood.
My hope is that through this blog and my videos on social media it helps you feel less alone in the world of deconstruction and you are able to heal and move forward beyond your religious trauma and spiritual abuse.