•OKC Riversport Adventure Parks•

Oklahoma City, Ok just got a lot cooler! Riversport Adventure Parks are now open on the weekends, & the locations include Lake Overholser, Lake Hefner, & Downtown OKC. We traveled to Lake Overholser and paid $29 for all day unlimited kayak, paddle boards, zip lining, rock walls, & bike rentals. With no wait on any of the excursions, our family had the time of our lives!

Paddling in our kayaks surrounded by the beautiful scenery on a peaceful canal was really amazing! Caidon loved being on the water. We  got to see several turtles, snakes, and ducks while kayaking, and we had complete freedom on our pace and destination. It made a perfect day! After the kayaks, we headed to the rock wall & zip line where several activities were available for the whole family.

It was great to get outside and try some new and challenging experiences. I loved that Caidon got to see his parents and “MIMI” (grandma) be adventurous. He can’t wait until he is big enough to try all the fun things we did.


Getting to go out and enjoy life is something I take for granted! I’m so blessed I discovered my passion, and even more blessed I get to go & live it. Sharing these moments with my family means the world. Oklahoma City has grown exponentially since I have moved! It’s become one of my favorite places to create lifelong memories with my little boy. To have the Riversport Adventure Park at all 3 city Lakes is really remarkable! For a reasonable price and various packages you are sure to have an adventure of a lifetime! I encourage everyone to go outside and start making memories today. Be sure to go to the Riversport webpage for all the details. Adventure awaits in OKC!


❤ Discovering Purpose

One of the best things in my life is that I have 5 little people who call me Aunt Caitie. It’s a huge blessing in my life. I want to give them joy and wisdom like my aunts have given me! Sharing my passion with these kiddos has been amazing and I hope I can keep doing it as along as I can. From the time they were little till now, we have shared a bond through the great outdoors.

This past weekend I got to share my passion of hiking and my newest hobby Morel Mushroom hunting! Dressed in their newest hunting apparel and a backpack full of their favorite junk food we hit the trails.

Greenleaf State Park is beautiful! Just 1 hour SOUTHEAST of Tulsa is the home of a quiet lake and a massive 17 mile hiking trail. With beautiful views of Greenleaf Lake and the Arkansas river, these kids were entertained the whole time. Their imagination took over as they climbed the rocks, played hide & seek, and raced to find the lake! First one to find the mushrooms was the lucky winner of $20. Luckily for me the day was a bust so I got to keep my $20 haha! Seeing Caidon play with his cousins is always a joy. Watching them find animal holes, catch tadpoles and run after frogs is the coolest thing. Hearing my nephew get excited about telling his friends about our adventures puts a smile on my heart. Knowing that these little people are going to carry a memory of me throughout their lives is a great motivator for me to do all the things I’ve ever dreamed of doing. I want them to see me as the awesome aunt who went on crazy adventures and was a fantastic storyteller. I want Caidon to see his mom as courageous and passionate about life. This is why I will take them on as many adventures as I can! Teaching them to love God and his creations is the single most important thing I will teach them. Taking them on these hikes helps them become brave. Climbing the hills, walking through the dirt paths not knowing what’s on the other side is a great lesson in taking risks. In life they are constantly going to question if they are on the right path, but if we teach them faith and create confident decision makers,  life will be more of a fun adventure rather than a survival course.

Greenleaf state park was a BLAST! Take the family today. I cant wait to take them on our next adventure. My newest nephew just turned 1 so He and I are going to have many years of bonding over a camp fire ahead of us! Companionship is an important element of adventure, and being with people you love is a great way to experience any adventure. My heart is happy knowing I will have an impact as a Mom and an Aunt. Showing them how I lived my passion will help show them how to live theirs. Helping them become self-aware of what they are passionate about will help change our family tree and shift the family dynamic in positive light. When you live your life doing what you love you will inspire people in ways you never thought possible. You are not just an Aunt/Uncle, parent or friend. You are a life changing inspiration waiting to fulfill a God Given purpose! Start discovering your passion and go live your life.


Books That Changed My Life & Inspired the “THINK OUTSIDE” Blog

I am a BIG fan of books! This surprises me as an adult because I hated reading as a child. I was told throughout my school years that I wasn’t the best reader, and it wasn’t my strong point. I formed a complex and by 9th grade I had lost all confidence on ever being good at it so I just did the bare minimum to get through. Sadly, this is how a lot of kids who struggle with reading in school feel & they carry it throughout their adult years. Some may never pick up a book again after graduating. According the Iris Reading, 72% of Americans read a book last year with the average of those people only reading 4 books over the course of 12 months. Of those 4 books 3 out of them were considered Fiction books and read for entertainment purposes. What this indicates is people are reading, however they aren’t reading to grow & self-educate. They are reading for pleasure. Adults don’t like to be challenged, or change their way of thinking so they stay away from the dreaded “SELF HELP” or “PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT” section and are perfectly content in their way of life. I was like this too, especially since I had such a negative outlook on reading because of my school days. The thought of reading was painful to me.

Then in 2009 I moved out, had gotten married and realized “I don’t know  S**T about life!” I didn’t  know anything about marriage, finances, eating healthy, or work life! I was scared and realized I needed help. Everyone at my local church were great coaches and had some amazing tools to give me. Tools are great, but if you don’t know how to use them they wont work for you. The most common tool given to me was books. Every response to my questions or concerns sounded something like this; “Have you heard of the this author?” or “Have you read this book?” I knew then that if I wanted my life to be different I had to read. The average millionaire reads an average of 12 NON-FICTION books a year. This is not to say that if you read you will become rich tomorrow, but reading non-fiction books can change your way of thinking, and when you change your way of thinking, new habits take place. New habits create a new you over time in a slow manner. Change is uncomfortable, however its in the changing of myself where happiness shines through. I don’t like to eat healthy, but I like the way I feel after I change my eating habits. I’m happier. I don’t like to exercise, but I feel more energized when I do. I’m happier. I hate waking up at 5 AM but when I do I get more done. I’m happier. I don’t like this discomfort of change at first, but discomfort is only temporary. Push through the discomfort and find your way on a Road Less Traveled. Here are the books that changed my life and inspired this blog! 

  • Crush ITGary Vaynerchuk Gary Vaynerchuk shows you how to use the power of the Internet to turn your real interests into real businesses. You can find it at Barnes & Noble or Amazon
  • Divine Direction – Craig Groeschel Is your life story reflecting the narrative you want others to see? God is dedicated to the wonderful plan he’s laid out for you. The reachable and powerful steps in Divine Direction take you there one step at a time, big, or small. This is available at Amazon & Mardel Books
  • Total Money Makeover – Dave Ramsey Your step by step guide to financial freedom. This is the book that started our entire journey! Check this one out at Dave Ramey’s Website or Amazon
  • The 4 Hour Work Week – Tim Ferriss The 4 Hour Work Week explains what a lifestyle entrepreneur is and why you should want to become one. It teaches you how to “kill” your job and design a life, the 80/20 rule and how it increases productivity, how to replace your dreams with goals, and more. I recommend the Audio Book here or purchase hard copy at Barnes & Noble
  • Folks, This ain’t Normal – Joel Salatin Joel has been featured in the popular documentary Food Inc. In this book Joel recognizes the need for self sustainability and the benefit to working outside to do work that matters! This book influenced my love for the land and respect for our animals! Pick up your copy at Polyface or at of course…. Amazon lol. 

If it weren’t for books my life wouldn’t be where it is today. My marriage would be over, my finances would be a wreck, being a mom would be next to impossible, and my passion would be undiscovered.  Reading will change your life! By changing one life at a time we can change the world. Literacy is a gift and a powerful tool that every person should be practicing. If you or someone you love is illiterate please see Reading Horizons for information on helping adults read. Change starts with you, then pay it forward. 


    Oklahoma ROCKS! •Osage Hills State Park

    Today was nothing short of amazing! An Oklahoma must see. We took a day trip to Osage Hills State Park, just 1 hour north of Tulsa in historical Bartlesville,Ok. I had never been to this park and honestly didn’t know what to expect. It completely took me by surprise. As we took to the trail, the serene peacefulness was immediate. Nestled between 2 Hills lays an incredible river, flowing above a rock bed. The peaceful roar played in the background as we sat by the river to eat lunch under the trees. 

    In the midst of this adventure we came across animal tracks in the mud anxiously awaiting our encounter with the wildlife that calls this 1,100 acres home. Then in the brush stood our first encounter. An Armadillo! We took ADDA off her leash and it was off to the races! They both scurried off into the woods until ADDA gave up and lost graciously to the wild monster haha!  ADDA enjoys the hikes and it’s nice to have it be so quiet where she is free to roam! 

    The rock formations add a unique quality to the park. Adding some fun climbing opportunities to your hike and giving younger kiddos a break from just walking. They even formed some awesome 20-30 foot cliffs off the side of the river, making this a hike one to remember. 

    Oklahoma is really a beautiful place! I take for granted that these amazing natural treasures are yet to be discovered by some Oklahomans. Our total hike was 3.5 miles and it took us about 3 hours to complete, including our sit down lunch. With cabin sites, RV hookups, and tent sites available,  this is sure to be a great place to make memories! Spend some of your 2017 at Osage Hills, it’s truly remarkable. Click here to get more info on how you can experience it yourself. Say yes to adventure! 

    -Caitie Brown

    Unexpected Beauty

    God gives you gifts in unexpected times and places! Tonight after lighting a fire and turning on the radio, the Oklahoma sky turned as Spring storms rolled in from the south. People ask me what my favorite thing about Oklahoma is & without hesitation it’s the sunsets.

    I don’t live on an acreage or on a hill. I live in a very typical suburban neighborhood, and this pic above looks like a million bucks. Listening to peaceful music and watching my son play under the trees was perfection. Then God allowed him to play under a rainbow. 

    Even though this night had all of those beautiful elements, the best one was who God allowed me to spend it with. My parents and my husband were here to share it with me! It’s true that you can experience the adventures of a lifetime, but if you have no one to experience it with, it’s not the same. Companionship is one of the best elements of adventure. Even if it’s as simple as a beautiful sunset in your backyard, make it an adventure, and make sure you have people to experience it with. 

    Our life can live on in the memories we create with others. 

    -Caitie Brown

    5 Places that Make Tulsa Awesome  

    Think Outside

    I was born and raised in Oklahoma. It’s home & I don’t see myself living anywhere else. I love to travel and see as much as I can, but don’t get me wrong, my roots run deep! Growing up here was amazing as a child. My mom taught me at a young age that Oklahoma is beautiful & my dad taught me how to go explore it! Here are 5 places that make Tulsa Awesome

    Natural Falls State Park

    The 77-foot waterfall at Natural Falls State Park is accompanied by several smaller falls that flow from the porous walls of a fern-covered rock face. Hikers can view the falls from a platform above and then walk down to the base of the falls to soak in the incredible scenery at eye level. You can spend hours exploring the beautiful land and natural springs. It’s located just an hour outside of…

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    5 Places that Make Tulsa Awesome  

    I was born and raised in Oklahoma. It’s home & I don’t see myself living anywhere else. I love to travel and see as much as I can, but don’t get me wrong, my roots run deep! Growing up here was amazing as a child. My mom taught me at a young age that Oklahoma is beautiful & my dad taught me how to go explore it! Here are 5 places that make Tulsa Awesome

    Natural Falls State Park 

    The 77-foot waterfall at Natural Falls State Park is accompanied by several smaller falls that flow from the porous walls of a fern-covered rock face. Hikers can view the falls from a platform above and then walk down to the base of the falls to soak in the incredible scenery at eye level. You can spend hours exploring the beautiful land and natural springs. It’s located just an hour outside of downtown TULSA. Click on the Map link for directions. 

    Greenleaf State Park


    Located in Braggs, Ok lies an amazing 930 acre heaven! 27 miles worth of trail loops, fishing, camping, sparkling lake, and much more! Just 25 miles from Muskogee and 65 miles from Tulsa. Take the whole family for a day to remember.  This is among a top favorite for green country and provides enough amenities to accommodate several days worth of adventures!  Click here for google maps. 

    Riverside Riverparks

    Located in the heartland of Tulsa is a 13 mile paved trail that connects south Tulsa all the way to downtown. Complete with playgrounds, River scenery,  splash pads, Frisbee Golf, and the iconic Blue Rose Cafe. This attraction is the perfect fit for every generation! The heartbeat of Tulsa is adding the Gathering Place in 2017 which is sure to be a show stopper. Pack an ice box on Sunday and stay the whole day! 

    Fort Gibson-Sequoyah State Park

    Fort Gibson is just a 45 minute ride from Tulsa and jammed packed with activities! This state park offers the public a golf course, horseback riding, cabins, water sports, trails, swimming, camping, a nature center and so much more! Wildlife is abundant in the park. You will see amazing animals throughout your trip. Deer travel by the dozens, groundhogs pop up as families, coyotes howl through the night, and owls are always in sight! The perfect day trip that is sure to brings lots of joy and make many memories. Click the link for directions. 


    Just along the west side of the river is a Tulsa favorite! Turkey Mountain is truly a unique piece of nature in the middle of the city! Complete with Bike trails, hiking trails, river access, and horse trails. You are guaranteed some adventure. With some moderate inclination it makes a perfect training trail and is a great way to burn extra calories! It has been rediscovered by citizens who voted to preserve this one of kind treasure and is quickly becoming a major attraction for the city of Tulsa. Click here to find your way to Turkey Mountain! 

    Tulsa is a fantastic place to visit. Its forever left a mark on my heart. Come see what Adventure awaits in Tulsa, ok. 



    Think Outside “The Office” – Leading People to Become Innovative 

    Working within 4 walls, mainly sitting, can deplete your productivity! Whether you’re in sales, business administration, or management etc. you know your creative mind kind of disappears within that environment. This can kill the growth of your company! There is nothing more deadly to an organization than complacency, and nothing more powerful than intreprenuership (entrepreneur within an organization). Being creative is a great asset to any company, because with the lightning fast speeds of technology, you either adapt or die! According to Business.com there is no room for complacency. The ability to be innovative in today’s world is crucial, but how can we stay inspired and creative? The majority of our day is spent in an atmosphere that kills creativity. Think about it. Blank walls, cubicles, &  dark offices make up that majority of office buildings. 

    I get it. We have to have offices, and cubicles. We can’t get around that. They are efficient, inexpensive, and practical. So how do we make sure to maintain a good balance of creative energy as well as productive energy? Some companies that have a larger budget are going to a more modern design with new architecture of bright colors and natural light . For example; GOOGLE. A company leading in innovation and as you can see in this photo their offices in Dublin are far from boring! This is proven to help increase company morale, productivity, and business growth.

    So what do you do if you don’t have a fancy remodel, or a google size company? One of the easiest ways to bring creativity out in employees is by spending time outside (weather permitted) . It’s pretty simple! There are several opportunities to make this happen in any given 9-5. 

    1.  Any meeting that is non-confidential can be held outside. This creates a more casual atmosphere, breaks down barriers, and lowers stress levels. All of this helps your team think more clear and make better decisions. It also makes brainstorming ideas more effective by being in a natural setting as oppose to typical conference rooms. 
    2. Team building exercises are better outside. Our department did a half day Zip Lining tour at a local lodge in town & it built a morale between us that wasn’t there before. Plus, there is nothing more hilarious than seeing your colleagues flying down a steel rope in funny helmets screaming at the top of their lungs! Talk about bonding at its finest, with a little bit of black mail material to use later. Just kidding! 
    3. Break rooms can be designated in an outdoor setting. More architects are designing break rooms to incorporate natural lighting, courtyards, gardens and even walking trails with water sources. Hilti has an amazing outdoor courtyard that is an employee favorite! 

    Putting these into practice will help develop a more innovative team and company. Don’t ever get stuck in the same ole routine day in and day out. Stepping out of your comfort zone and trying some new styles of managing can be scary but it’s worth it! Others may not understand it and call it weird, but that’s okay. Your job is to create an environment that allows your team to thrive, and that will help the entire organization. Some of the greatest things come out of simple ideas! Start today. Go outside and see what new ideas lead to a better team and a better company. 

      “Good Boy Mo” 

      Caidon rode his first horse this weekend! His name…. Mo. Mo is a good horse from Missouri. 12 years old and an expert trail horse. Caidon LOVED him! It’s funny how you go into situations expecting one thing but get something totally different. I was just wanting some fresh air and a day out of the house, however I got so much more than that. 

      The average horse weighs 1400 pounds and can run up to 30 mph! That’s amazing. I was also very aware that this was the only form of transportation for 6000 years, and we’ve only had cars for a little over 100 years. They were used for warfar,  medical transportation, and food carriages. Horses were essential in families for generations. Now you just see them used for recreational purposes. 

      Seeing caidon’s face when he met “Mo” was priceless. His childlike innocence was perfection! He respected his horse, and did everything he could to make sure Mo was safe. My prayer for Caidon has always been that he respects nature and animals. God blesses you beyond measure when he allows you to witness your prayer come to pass in your child.  Seeing his little hands pet the horses’ mane and hear him say ” Good Boy Mo” is enough to make my heart burst with joy! 

      Life moved slower on the horses. We were in no rush to go anywhere. With cars going an average of 60 miles per hour, we get used to going no where really fast. It’s becoming more clear as I get older the slower we go somewhere the more accurate our destination becomes! I hope with all of these adventures we become more aware of time & understand just how fleeting it is. 

      I know it won’t always be like this

      Life can change as quick as a kiss

      It’s not over yet and I already miss


      – Brad Paisley 

      How to be Adventurous on a Budget

      I know, I know, it’s the worst word in the world. BUDGET! However, I’ve become quite fond of the budget, because it gives me permission to spend money and still be on a game plan for financial success. In my previous Blog Post, How we paid off $35k of debt & still had fun, it contained some ways we still had fun while paying $3,000-$4,000 a month on Debt. This mainly consisted of exploring the outdoors.

      With any activity or hobby, you will need to purchase some essential items in order to get started. It doesn’t have to break the $bank$ though! Being adventurous is great because whether you spend $1000 or $100, you can still have a fantastic time. You can determine what kind of adventure you want to go on and it can be at any level you see fit. You probably think where you live is lacking in the excitement factor, but I can assure you, you can find an experience of a lifetime right in your backyard. Spending hundreds in travel costs doesn’t have to be the case.  God has blessed us with an abundance of natural wonders that we have to preserve and respect. In order to do that you MUST go out and find them. Adventure awaits, enjoy the ride!

      Essentials- Necessity Items

      You will need a few essentials when you are started out and can easily be found around your house.

      1.Good Backpack or overnight bag. You can snoop around the house and find an old backpack from college, or some carry on luggage you can reuse to pack your day trip essentials. You can even find some really good bags at thrift stores and Goodwill that will last a long time. Never underestimate the ability to find a hidden gem at a garage sale this spring. If you cant find a used one around the house you can purchase an all-in-one bag for less than $40 on Amazon or eBay. I recently purchased the Huwaijianfeng Backpack for about $35. It’s suitable for 2-3 day backpacking trips and comes with a rain proof cover to protect all of your gear. I’ve only used mine a couple of times, and so far its been GREAT!

      2. Reliable Footwear. To start out you may get by with some decent tennis shoes that have some good support, but I would recommend a shoe specifically for rough terrain surfaces such as hiking, running, mountain climbing etc. A good pair of hiking boots could run you a pretty high bill. There are some alternatives to consider before dropping a car payment on them. Gear Trade is a fantastic place for all things adventure! They have some great used options. You can also shop the clearance sections at Bass Pro and REI during off season and find some steals!

      3. Emergency First AID  Kit. This doesn’t have to be anything fancy or elaborate just something basic and lightweight that doesn’t cost you much or take up much space. Having an emergency kit is definitely essential on any adventure! Cuts and scrapes are going to happen so you want to be sure you have Band-Aids, Gauze, some rubbing alcohol, antibiotic ointment etc. You can either make your own or buy a pre-packed one. I found one for less than $10 at Amazon.com.

      4. Clothing. Unless you are going to be in 0 degree weather, clothing can be basic. You can find a lightweight jacket, jeans, and t-shirts that you don’t care to get tore up or stained. If not you can pick up some great inexpensive items at Wal-Mart or Target and not drain your wallet.

      Some other great ways to save on outdoor excursions is RENTING! Renting is a great way to save hundreds and still have some fun. Some equipment you can easily rent include, Mountain Bikes, Kayaks, Stand Up Paddles, Jet Skis, and repelling gear to name just a few. SUP OKLAHOMA Is a great resource in finding gear to rent.

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      Being adventurous is about feeling free! You can’t feel freedom when you’re worried about paying for your adventure.  Be SMART. Start Small.

      – Caitie

      Top 10 reasons to Cut State funding for Parks and Recreation 

      Oklahomans recently found out that more than 15 state parks possibly face closing in light of new budgets cuts. Here is my top 10 reasons this “should” happen. 

      10. State parks provide people a place to relax and de-stress. Everybody needs to be uptight and irritable 

      9. People will go to Arkansas, Missouri, and Texas for Tourism. Oklahoma is way to crowded with visitors!

      8. Thousands of people use the state parks every year, and their opinions don’t matter. 

      7. Oklahoma doesn’t have enough housing additions, so we desperately need development to take over. 

      6. State parks provide wildlife refuge, and there is entirely to much wildlife. Such savages.

      5. Nature parks can cause major allergy outbreaks. If we defund them our allergy symptoms will decrease. 

      4. State parks provide families with affordable vacation options, affordable vacations are way overated. 

      3. Going to state parks may require physical activity. Oklahoma is 11th in obesity, we really need to reach the top 10! 

      2. State parks can cause families to make memories & no family should ever be subjected to such trauma. 

      1. If we cut funding there will be more money to allocate elsewhere. The government known for their ability to handle money. 

      Please help our voice be heard by signing the Petition to stop the defunding of our great state parks! Our citizens deserve a chance at experiencing some of the best things about Oklahoma. 

      Natural Falls State Park 


      Think  Outside Your Marriage & Make it Great! 

      Marriage is not for the weak at heart, nor the type A/OCD . In fact, most people who identify with type A can find it extremely difficult to stay married! The majority of all unhappy marriages have one common denominator: unmet expectations. I know because I was one of them. 

      Think about it; your previous fight with your significant other probably escalated do to the fact that an event you had mapped out in your mind, didn’t go according to the playbook leading to “unmet expectations”. You start to argue, stress builds and boom you do/say something STUPID! This toxic cycle will often lead to an unhealthy relationship or divorce and we, as a society, have lost the art of self awareness to understand “WHY” we do this. 

      The key thing that I have recently learned from experience is my ability to make good decisions when I am faced with conflict in my marriage.  
      Let’s face it, you’re married, you WILL HAVE CONFLICT, not maybe, YOU WILL. It’s important to have a gameplan when you do! 
      The very thing that prevents me from making these good decisions is stress. Stress is a chemical reaction as a result of how you perceive and interpret a situation based on the meaning in which you allocate it. For example, you come home, and find your spouse has done something you don’t agree with and you immediately go “oh my gosh, this is bad!” Your body feels stress releasing a hormone called cortisol. Cortisol magically makes you stupid by lowering your IQ by up to 40%!  Then you react under the cortisol spell making a reactive decision in which you would not have made if the cortisol spell was lifted. If you don’t believe me, let me ask a question. Have you ever broke something or shouted in anger while being stressed? 

      Just think about your last visit to Target during Christmas season! We do this in our marriages as well, & it’s essential to understand how to handle this. 


      Absolutley! Praise the Lord! The only thing that can  biochemically lower cortisol is DHEA. DHEA is produced when a human feels gratitude for something by meditation or deep breathing. If you are constantly in a state of discontentment, whether you hate your job, financially stretched, over-worked, feel like crap, etc. your cortisol levels will be elevated and your DHEA levels will be depleted. This causes great strain on your ability to handle conflict, and can damage your marriage. 

      3 Ways to fight the cycle

      1. Before interacting with your spouse, be sure you have a mindset of gratitude. Be thankful for them. Go destress by giving yourself a breather. Keep a journal of all the ways they bless you. Keep it handy so you can be reminded easily. A heart full of gratitude will leave no room for discontentment! 
      2. Do more of what makes you happy as a couple. Think about what you did while dating. Go do more of that and allow yourself to go have fun. Brandon & I were constantly outside the first year we knew each other! We went camping, drove to the ocean, floated the river, and HECK we got engaged on the beach! Getting back to this has been awesome for our marriage. We’ve both been reminded of how much we love it. There is something so naturally romantic by nature. The stars, camp fires, a river flowing nearby… perfection! And the best part, it’s Free. 
      3. Do more of what makes you happy as an individual. Being happy with who you are  & what you’re doing is essential to a GREAT MARRIAGE. This will lower your stress levels allowing you to make better decisions when faced with conflict. 

      Think Outside your marriage and make it great! How does my this happen? By recognizing if your heart is full of gratitude or discontentment. I pray everyone approaches their relationships with a heart full of gratitude. 


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