|Like everybody else Hazel looked around her and saw people’s portrayed perfection in church, at work, and even at the causal run-ins at unsuspecting locations everyone seemed to have it all beautifully together while Hazel found herself lost in the detours of life.
On her journey through mistakes, missteps, hurt and shame while striving for the beautiful she saw everyone else possessed, she finds that it is our journey, our brokenness, and our wrong turns that make us beautiful.
Hazel's captivating story is brought to life in the readers' mind with her deep vulnerability and conversational style of writing. Allowing the reader to go on the journey with her so that it feels more like one of those closed door conversations between close friends with whispers, laughter and maybe even some tears.
Chasing Beautiful: She bares her scars for the world to see hoping that it would set you free is evidence that God can turn any mess into a masterpiece.