Friends as you all know, I am a huge fan of Cultivate What Matters. Powersheets have changed my life- even with a chronic illness (check out how I use them here!) In 2018, I got two of my very good friends to order powersheets for 2019. We get together monthly for powersheet prep dinners where … Continue reading 2020 Powersheet Prep Party
"As he stood next to me to take the photo, Jared whispered that he had something better for me to post about tonight..." That's right... we're Engaged! While we were on vacation with both of our families, we finally did "the ring thing." For those who do not know Jared and I did not get traditionally … Continue reading We’re Engaged (well now with a ring!)
Chronic Illnesses have many layers and effect many different area of our lives. One of those areas that is always tough to think about or talk about is being loved. I spent most of my teenage years believing I was unloveable. As many of you know, these past couple months have been significantly tough on … Continue reading Am I Unlovable?
First and foremost, while I have been in and out of the hospital, I want to thank my followers because after only having this blog for a little over a month I made it into the "Top 100 List for Blogs about Chronic Illnesses." All of that is because of you guys- so thank you! … Continue reading Breaking the Silence that comes with Tragedy
You know those days. Those days when your judgement seems clouded and you've lost control. Those days when nothing goes right and you're body fights you... and you don't even know how to fight it or even start to beat it. Well today is one of those days. One of those days where you don't … Continue reading Today is just one of “those” days.
A couple nights ago, Jared and I spent some time in prayer before heading to bed. We haven't prayed together, outside of the prayers he says with me before I head into a procedure (which I never really pray because I am normally a bit emotional before going in or under,) in a while and … Continue reading Maybe we just need a little more patience.