Verse: Proverbs 31:25 says, “Strength and honour are her clothing; and she shall rejoice in time to come.”
This is the last week of Disability Awareness Month. We have been featuring Abigail Brown and defining who she is. The more I get to know Abbey the less I see her dystonia. This week we will get to know her as a business owner.
When Abbey graduated from high school, she faced what all people face: “What’s next?” For me, as a mom to a daughter with disabilities, this milestone was overwhelming, even paralyzing in some ways, because I could not imagine what would be next. Abbey faced those same feelings.
Last week we discussed how Abbey is an artist and has been painting since she was 8 years old. After trials and much prayer, Abbey found that she could reproduce her artwork as note cards and bookmarks. She has a website called Silent Inspirations at http://silent-inspirations.com/. Her paintings make beautiful, encouraging cards. She also has Christmas cards for the upcoming holidays.
I bought four packs of her cards, and I am looking forward to getting some of her cards for Christmas. Go to Silent Inspirations and see what she has accomplished! Don’t forget to follow her blog, Abiding with Joy in Christ https://abidingwithjoyinchrist.com/. Following Abbey’s blog has encouraged and inspired me to deepen my “true, abiding joy in Christ”!
I hope that this has been an encouragement to you during Disability Awareness Month, to get to know the person, not just the disability.