The Purge

2022 is over and I’ve honestly never been so glad for a year to end. My theme of the year is to Count it All Joy. To do that, I knew that once the new year started I needed to make some changes. After a year of chaos and some out of character behavior I … Continue reading The Purge

Waiting for the Light

December is just dark. A dark month but full of festive lights. It’s the holiday season and I’ve felt so many mixed emotions, ups and downs. Part of those feelings is gratitude with a side of confusion. A year ago I was in a much different place with so many unknowns — do I have … Continue reading Waiting for the Light

Transition Tears

I haven’t blogged in a while mainly because I just didn’t know what u wanted to say. The month is coming to a close and so much has happened. The growing pains are continuing but I feel more peace and resilience with each trial that comes my way. The constant question that plagues is how … Continue reading Transition Tears

I’m Sad

Writing has been on my agenda of things to do but I just kept pushing it to the side. What could I possibly write about? Life has been so chaotic these past few weeks (let’s face it now, months) and I feel like I’m barely keeping up. I was talking to my friend the other … Continue reading I’m Sad

My Grandfather’s Hands

Grief has a funny way of sneaking up on you when you least expect it. I recently have really been missing my grandfather; his words, his advice, his kindness. I’m sitting on the train wondering what I should blog about this month and that grief brought me back to something I wrote back in November. … Continue reading My Grandfather’s Hands

Failure to thrive in adult

I read that caption in a medical record and it couldn’t be more accurate for how I’m feeling about my life right now. This past month has been a slight disaster/ life and death situation. I come out of it feeling like I’ve lost so much; specifically my ovary which contains much of my hope … Continue reading Failure to thrive in adult

The grace of God is a miracle

In my free time I consider myself an activist. I enjoy learning about justice and advocating for people who are oppressed. I enjoy learning and the harms that society has brought on the most vulnerable and thinking of ways to heal those harms. I also am a Christian. I love Jesus, I read my Bible … Continue reading The grace of God is a miracle