Sue Birdseye

Sue Birdseye

Sue Birdseye is an author and communicator about an “unplanned” life that she has embraced for God’s purposes in her, and her children’s lives. She went from the typical “picket fence life” to being a single mom of 5 and subsequently became completely dependent upon the Lord. Her change of life circumstance has led to a passionate desire to encourage and bless other single moms with the peace and joy she has found – in the midst of her crazy blessed life. She has been active in her community as a foster/adoptive mom and within her church’s discipleship, women’s and children’s ministries.


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The Stuffy Air of Annoyance

I can feel it: the air of impatience, the attitude of annoyance, and the minute from angry. My kids feel it too. “Mama! Look, there’s a tea with the word…

A Serious Love of Honey

When did my life become so serious? I’m not a serious person, seriously. I always seem to be sharing challenging, frustrating, and overwhelming things. Life is kinda like that right…

My Delightful Distraction

I got up early this morning to have a quiet time on the patio. I have my cup of raspberry earl grey tea with honey, my beautiful journal given by…

Not Because of Who I Am

Today I was listening to one of my favorite worship songs. It’s about who God is. Oh, how I love the reminder … Jehovah Jireh … my Provider Jehovah Nissi…

Do You Know How to Fly Pants?

For the past several years I’ve referred to my major mode of movement often …flying by the seat of my pants. Oh, I try to plan. I’m a planner at…

What would bless a single mom?

Sue Birdseye, mother of five, let’s us know real quick, how we can bless a single mom!

There’s Not Enough Chocolate in the World …

There is not enough chocolate in the world to fix this place I’m in. You know those days … weeks … months … years. I believe I’m living in one…

Looking For a Rescue

Sometimes I think I’m getting whacked repeatedly by the proverbial 2×4, except that I’m not having a really great revelation. Maybe a 2×4 isn’t the best analogy. Although I honestly…

Thinking About What Others Think

“Why didn’t she smile at me? Do my friends still like me? Did I say something dumb?” “They must think I’m the worst parent ever … look how my child…

My Stomping Sweetie

My 6-year-old is running away. Apparently I’m the worst mommy ever! And I don’t even know what I did this time! I mean usually I have an inkling … I…

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