Jena Whiston has more projects than she has time, more children than she has arms, and more books than she can read. A teacher of literature who dabbles in writing, she spends too much time online, distracted by clever ideas and interesting facts. She’s raising five imperfect children with her perfect partner in a 105-year-old perfectly imperfect house. In between the remodeling and rearing, she battles Lyme disease, which led her to create the blog A Broken Crayon to build awareness, support other Lymees, and inspire readers. God is bigger than our problems, and He gives us the option to turn our periods into commas. She may be broken, but she can still color.