About Bri




Just to fill you in on a little about me...

I'm originally from Buras, Louisiana. It's the toe that sticks out into the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico...not the end of Louisiana but the beginning!!


I went to private schools until 4th grade, and then my mom homeschooled me until 11th grade when I went to Buras High School. 


The summer before graduation, I worked at the Assemblies of God campground in Woodworth, Louisiana...and there I (along with a group of friends) decided to go to Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie, Texas...where I earned a B.S. in Secondary Education with a specialization in English. 


I got my first job in 2001, teaching at Buras Middle School...8th grade English...and I was there for 4 years. 


In 2003, I married my best friend Lee. 


In 2005, we moved to his hometown, Pineville, where I taught at Pineville High School for 2 years. 

When Lee graduated from LSUA, we decided to both pursue full-time vocational ministry as Chi Alpha campus missionaries at the University of Louisiana Lafayette, where we served for 5 years. 


In June of 2012, our family sold/gave away a lot of our belongings and moved to Colorado to be on staff at Connection Church in Highlands Ranch. 

I really enjoy being a stay-at-home mom to our 3 children, Bella, Brennan, and our newest little one, Breelee.

I am excited about being a fit mom. I thought my body was going to be the way it was after 3 kids and I just needed to accept that. But in 2013, I started using AdvoCare products, and it has changed my life! I went from a size 14 to a size 8, and I've maintained that since the spring of 2014! 

I feel better than I have in years, and the opportunity that AdvoCare has brought to us financially has blown me away! We are so blessed! 

This blog has been a great outlet for me. I've enjoyed writing about what inspires me...what I'm passionate about...what I feel blessed to have in my life - great kids, a great relationship with my husband, and a great relationship with God. 


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