I have a brain tumor. I went to see my general practitioner back in March because I had been having migraines quite frequently, about 2 a week. Basically, every time the barometric pressure would change in the atmosphere. Typical of most doctor’s appointments, I was asked if anyone in my immediate family suffered from migraines. … Continue reading My Brain Tumor
Mother’s Day. A day set aside to celebrate all the sacrifices that moms have made over the years for the benefit of their children. For many, this is a joyous day filled with flowers, brunch, and memories of how mom has been and continues to be amazing. Usually, mom “gets a day off” from moming, … Continue reading When Mother’s Day is Hard
When you don't know what to pray...
I'm venturing into podcasting, and answering questions that we might have about Christian sub-culture. Let me know what you think, and leave a question you or a friend might have in the comments. Enjoy! Music courtesy of Lee Rosevere; "Wandering" from Music for Podcasts 2 2016 Photo courtesy of Catherine Todd
I realize that it has been a while since I have posted. It's not because I had nothing to share. Plenty was happening in my life. Honestly, I have been going through a bit of a dry spell when it came to hearing the voice of the Lord. He has always been there, but … Continue reading Fear of the Missed Exit
To my babies, If I were to talk to my college-self, I never would have imagined being a mom. Daddy and I got married later in life, and by later, I mean late 20’s. In southern timeline, that is way late. I should have already had both of you before I was 30. BUT, I … Continue reading A LETTER TO MY CHILDREN
Spring is a wonderful time in Michigan. The snow is melting. Warmer weather is finally emerging. The world turns green again instead of a mixture of mud and snow. As the heavy jackets are being placed into bins and light sweatshirts are coming out, residents of Michigan begin to come outside too. Winter is long … Continue reading GARDENING