Finding a gift for someone with a chronic illness can be a somewhat of a challenge. Being asked what you’d like for Christmas can be a challenge as well.
Thank you for reading my messy thoughts this year as I tried to organize them and present them on this blog in some sort of legible manner. Really, thank you! The fact that my words have reached others around the world is still so humbling for me. I won’t lie, kinda cool too! The best […]
I hate the C word. I really do. It took my sister away from me at the age of 44, my mother-in-law at the age of 56 and made my dad live his final years in a battle. I hate cancer. In November of 2015 a 23 year old young woman named Breeana entered the hospital to […]
It’s the Saturday before Easter. There isn’t a service to attend at church. That was yesterday and will happen again tomorrow. The ham has been purchased, the cheesy potatoes and veggie tray are ready to go. So what do we do with today? Is today just about the wait? I wrote the other day and […]
Unfortunately, many find themselves in the grip of the dark cloud of depression as the holidays roll around. Here are a few things I’ve learned….
I’d love to tell you I’ve decked all the halls and the stocking are hung by the chimney with care. I’d love to tell you we’ve been spending our evenings as a family all cuddled up with cocoa and Christmas movies. I’d even be happy to tell you I’m on schedule to have all the […]
I cried out for holiday help from some of the top chronic illness bloggers and bravest warriors I know. Their tips can help you have a great holiday too!