What’s the hardest thing to hold onto in our daily life? It is the most single hardest thing to keep in my hands on any given day. It is also the biggest hurdle for a chronically ailing person to grasp. Here we go-- I’ve got those brain juices flowing now. Oh sorry, here is a… Continue reading Calendars, Joy, and Figgie Pudding
I had the opportunity to attend the Texas Right to Life Banquet in Houston this weekend. It was the 20th Annual Celebration of Life. This was such an amazing opportunity that not many have the chance to experience. My daughter and I packed a bag and left our humble lives to go rub elbows with… Continue reading Life Matters
It happened. Wow. I didn't see it coming. My BFF and company went to a ladies shindig in our local town. I expected to see a few I knew and a bunch I didn't know. It was a pretty unique experience. However that's not why you have me in literary form today. I saw this… Continue reading Do I know You?
Depression is real. Chronic Illness is real. Faith in Jesus is real. Joy of my salvation is real. It is hard to smile and share the joy of Christ when you feel like poo. Sadly, that is how many of us feel on any given day. I do have depressed days but do not consider… Continue reading Higher Ground
Coping with Chronic Illness is a monster all of its own. Not everyone understands the daily mental struggle that is waging a war in the body. It is so much more than mind over matter. If you don't mind it doesn't matter- right or does it? So many of the conditions are aggravated by stress… Continue reading Coping with Chronic Illness and God