1. What a great example of the ‘proof is in the pudding’ in regards to the amazing support you’ve received – when you least expected it – from the relationships you’ve built along the way.

  2. I was following your Harvey heartache on FB, Kristen. I was horrified at all you had lost but also encouraged and amazed at the amount of love, help and support you received. It is a testament to you and all the help and friendship you share with others. So right, the proof is in the pudding.

  3. The proof is definitely in the puddin, Kristen! I’ve followed your journey through #HurricaneHarvey and I’m not surprised at the outpouring of love and support you’ve had. Your article reminds us that there is good in people, that every little bit matters, and the human spirit is powerful. Thanks for sharing your journey and puddin!

    • There IS good in people.. and I won’t ever forget that.. or stop believing. You are welcome and thank YOU

  4. I loved your story Kristen. The relationships you have fostered are the cornerstone of who you are. I am not surprised at all about the number of people who came to your rescue when you needed it. Thanks for the kick in the pants to remind me to keep fostering my own relationships

  5. Delighted to hear about your story Kristen. Your ability to support others and build community has been shown to us for a long time. Blessings to you and your husband as you rebuild your nest. I imagine this experience has added much texture to your view of life. Amazing!

  6. My heart warmed reading about your terrible/wonderful experience, Kristen. This is such a valuable lesson. Proud to be in your STL Tribe (and I hope our blog package brought you something) and will share with my group as well. So glad you are safe.

  7. What’s that old saying – You don’t know your friends until you need them.” For those of us who couldn’t be there to physically help, we were so touched by those who could. We’ve followed all the details on Facebook, and knowing you as we do, we’re not surprised by your strength and commitment. So, we’re taking your wise words of advice and continue to build our relationships.

    • Awww, thank you so much Joyce and so glad that you are taking note… and I hope you never need a tribe to rescue you like that. 😉

  8. It is so uplifting to see people pitching in. It must have helped you to get through this terrible ordeal knowing that you had a safety net. Thanks for sharing this.

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