About Me

Hello and welcome! My name is Sue Concannon and my prayer for you is that by reading this blog, you will remember that you are not alone as you wait! I have often struggled with feeling alone as I wait, but God reminds me that He sees me and is with me. My hope is that you will also be reminded of God’s infinite presence and that your heart will be encouraged.

I am a midwestern native currently living in the Denver, CO area. I am a wife and mother of kids through the gift of domestic adoption. Though I am currently not practicing, I am also a licensed physical therapist. In the past 12 years I have found myself face to face with multiple life changing circumstances including the death of a parent (twice), infertility, domestic adoption, and getting postherpetic neuralgia from shingles.

When I got sick in 2013, I was unable to work, take care of kids, or even function at a normal level. It was during this time, that I started to blog at dailydependence.com. I started sharing the encouragement God was giving me  through writing. I realized that I had a love and passion for writing and for encouraging others. Through writing, I found hope in what felt like a hopeless situation. As my health improved, I had less time to write. But when my mother in law died in August of 2016, I realized that God is not done with my story.  As I share my story, He can use it for His glory and others’ gain. I moved my site to Sueconcannon.com so that I can better serve you and encourage you as you wait.

God continues to whisper His love and faithfulness to me. He keeps reminding me that He is with me, He sees me, and He is enough even when it feels like He’s not.

My hope for you is that you too can read these words and be reminded of God’s promises to never leave us and to never forsake us. Even in the midst of your season of waiting, He has never taken his eyes off of you. He sees you and He is standing next to you ready to live out this time of waiting with you. You are visible to Him even when you feel invisible to everyone else. And that’s all we need: to be seen by our Heavenly Father.

I’m so glad you’ve come here. I’d love to stand alongside you and walk with you through your season of waiting. Please sign up to receive emails every time I post and I’ll send you the link to my re:focus worship playlist. I can’t wait to get to know you better.

3 thoughts on “About Me

  1. I am sorry to hear about the after effects of shingles but thrilled that through that you have a love for writing and a dependence on our Heavenly Father.

  2. I could read this every day and it would bring me so much joy, comfort, but most of all, peace. I’m so glad you have found a love for writing and I’m so glad He is speaking through you. Thank you for sharing, it’s absolutely beautiful.

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