She was the one. The only one that understood the magnitude of my struggles. The depth of pain it caused to the extent of hope it drew out. She was my sweet sister, mother in the faith, and inspiring friend — Deb. Deb related to me on a level that no one else had. Being … Continue reading She Got It
As they rolled her out from therapy where we were sitting in the waiting area, tears welled up in my eyes. My daughter started a light quiet sob and I could read the sadness on my son’s face. Our beloved Mamaw gazed off into the distance as if she wasn’t there in her mind; so … Continue reading A Beautiful Goodbye
Overall, she has never seen her weight as something that defined her or took away from her beauty.
I will take everything you say, And make it wrong, Turn it into something it’s not, Some nasty old song. Evil’s not your intent, But I will make it that way. My sensitive mind is made up, No matter what you say. I want to push you, For my own selfish reason, To unfairly provoke … Continue reading Poem: Picking a Fight
Unfortunately, it took me having a disease to force me to slow down and breath.
Alone, Her husband dead; Now the widow is at the gate, Her only son in his burial bed.
Those who have a good measure of health may be able to do more hands on work, but it doesn't mean that their service is more important than those that are less hands on.