Over the years that Chris and I have shared our story, we’ve had our share of critics. They don’t always come out and say things to our faces but they do behind our backs. Sometimes people think we are just trying to get attention for ourselves by sharing what we’ve gone through. Yeah, that’s it. I totally love being known as the adultery couple. Just sayin’. Kevin and Nikki are different. Two years ago they found their lives in shambles due to Kevin’s infidelity. To say the road they’ve traveled and still travel today has been difficult is literally putting it mildly. But, they are traveling it and working and trying and most of all, they are healing. And the funny thing about them is that Nikki will tell you that she didn’t have hope until she read my blog. I’m still astounded at that. The fact that God would use lil ole me, my crazy story, my pain to help another. Me, a sinful human being who doesn’t always get it right but sure as heck gives it her all. I’m happy for Kevin and Nikki. Happy that they haven’t given up. Happy that they have experienced life with their Creator like they never thought they would. Happy that their marriage, their friendship is growing by the day. But most of all, I’m happy for their children. Happy that they still have their parents together who are showing them living examples of how to push through pain and devastation in order to experience something amazing. So, I may not help a million folks on this earth. I may only sell 1,000 copies of my book next year. I may never get asked to come talk to people. I may literally be a one-book wonder. But Kevin and Nikki’s kids won’t see it that way. And while I’m not on this earth to please man, it is refreshing to know that God did use me, that He did redeem some of my pain by allowing three children to grow up in a home that, albeit imperfect, is now stable and committed. Ain’t God good?