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Here's a little peak at who I am!


My husband Dave and I have been married for 50 years and live in a gorgeous area in east Tennessee, surrounded by the Smoky Mountains and picturesque lakes. We love being outdoors, enjoying God's bounty and keeping busy with activities such as hiking, fishing and golfing. We love to explore! 

When we are not outdoors, my husband and I are in our "workshops" creating works of art. I am a polymer clay artist, primarily focusing on sculpting angels, fairies and pixies. My husband is an artistic wood turner who takes pleasure in rescuing a tree or a log that has fallen in the woods and watching it come to life again. 

We may never know what adventures may come into our lives, but we love the pursuit. We live, we dance, we love!




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He cried out ”God, please help me understand!” as he lay in bed that night. Dave Hickman had never witnessed such evil before!

And the Angel Cried - the Miracle of an Abandoned Baby in 1955



And the Angel Cried - the Miracle of an Abandoned Baby in 1955

It was cold and wet the day a 14 year old boy, hunting with his beloved grandfather, found an abandoned infant girl who had been thrown over a barbed-wire fence into the briers and underbrush alongside a desolate Wayne County, Indiana road. Wrapped in a towel, discarded like trash, infested with maggots and hidden deeply in the weeds, she was left to suffer a cruel death. 


This defenseless creation of a loving God was sentenced to die like so many others are today, not for crimes or deformity, but for convenience. She would have surely died that day had the hand of God not spared her life by leading Dave Hickman to her intended grave site. His quest to find her again would be a decades-long pursuit, an emotional and spiritual endeavor. 




Man who saved baby reunites with her 58 years later!

While hunting with his beloved grandfather in the woods of Indiana in 1955, Dave Hickman (my husband) found an infant girl who had been thrown over a barbed-wire fence into the briers and underbrush  and left to suffer a cruel death.

Dave could never stop wondering about the baby - was she happy, did she have a good life - was she still alive - questions in his mind haunted him relentlessly. His quest to find her again would be a decades-long pursuit, an emotional and spiritual endeavor. This is the broadcast of the "CBS This Morning" show when they were reunited on May 4, 2014.

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