Hi, I’m Rebecca Wattier.
You can call me Beck.
Thanks for stopping by.
I write a lot of things, sometimes they’re worth reading. I hope to encourage and inspire through my words.
I live in the great city of Mobile, Al and adore every aspect of it, from the beautiful beaches along our coast to the eclectic community of friends in the heart of downtown. I have a love for reading, a heart for ministry, and a passion for leading and equipping others to make a difference in the world. I eat gluten free (except for Thanksgiving), I suffer from chronic autoimmune diseases, I have quite a few arm tattoos. I like good coffee but I’m not too picky, I enjoy reading at bars late at night, and in the span of one conversation I will probably quote both Mother Teresa and Beyonce.
On July 27th, 2016 I slipped and fractured my leg in several places surrounding my right knee. Since then I have undergone five surgeries on my leg, due to complications I have lost the majority of my vision three separate times and undergone an eye surgery, and in May of 2017 my house was struck by lightening and caught fire. I am still recovering and pulling pieces back together. A lot has changed, but God has continued to give me strength to face each day, and I am reminded more and more of what matters most.
There was a time in my life where I knew exactly what words to put in spaces like these. Lately it seems like I have less and less figured out. Who am I? What do I want people to know about me? How can I narrow down my passions and interests and thoughts into three simple categories to make the homepage look good? These days, I don’t know much except what is right in front of me, and I’m getting more comfortable hearing the words for the first time as they come out on the screen. I make no promises as to how helpful I may be to you, but for this season at least, if you want to peek in while I wrestle and stumble through some things, you’re more than welcome to.