Two Book Reviews for your journey with grief
Nothing could have prepared me for the events of October 28th, 1992. What started as a typical day ended in one of my worst nightmares.
Today and every day, let's remember: All the babies born sleeping. Those carried but never held. Those held that could not be taken home. Those taken home that could not stay. We remember. Always.
My husband tested positive for 16 or 20 allergens. But we couldn't afford the allergy shots. What next? Holistic, all-natural remedies.
It's time to send our children off to school. And we all know that going to school can be pretty stressful;
Cystic Fibrosis, What is it and how Mallory Smith lived with it. #cysticfibrosis #chronicillness #bookreview
I lack the words to tell you the effect this weekend has had on me. I went to visit my dear friend, Debra at the nursing home. She is fighting Stage 4 Brain Cancer. Besides the chemotherapy and some kind of radiation cap that she had to wear all the time, Debra has had two … Continue reading Cancer: What Can a Friend Do?
image provided for Sarah Beckman There's nothing like reading a book that you wish you had earlier but then realizing the Lord directed you to survive in the very way the author has suggested. That's what I found in Sarah Beckman's book, Hope for the Hard Places. That is exactly what happened to me. Our … Continue reading How to Find Hope in the Hard Places
Inside the Doors of Mayo Clinic As soon as we entered through the doors at Mayo Clinic, we felt peace and hope. We had never experienced anything like the atmosphere and the love and care we felt when we arrived. When we turned the car onto the campus we felt peace. We saw beautiful landscaping with … Continue reading Mayo Clinic – How Healthcare Should Be Done