I vividly remember the first time I broke the eighth commandment, “You shall not steal.” I was four or five years old, in my grandmother’s guest bedroom, when I noticed a pack of gum sitting on a dresser. My first thought was, “I should ask my grandmother if I can have a piece.” My second thought was, “The heck with asking. It’s just a piece of gum. What my grandmother doesn’t know won’t hurt her.” I took the gum out of the wrapper and started chewing. I remember the gum tasting great, but I also remember feeling a little twinge of guilt. I had just stolen from my grandmother. I somehow, some way, as a little four or five year old, felt like I had disrespected my grandmother.
Tara wears several hats; wife to Paul, Mom to Natalie and Isaac, Physical Therapist by day, and Noonday Collection ninja at night. Tara cares deeply about helping other women understand their true identities and developing their relationships with Christ. Tara likes to read, cook, and learn about all things Disney.