Like an avalanche, my world was crumbling. I wanted to run, I wanted to hide, I wanted to wake up from this nightmare but no I couldn’t for that was my reality at that moment. Like I have previously mentioned, our youngest was barely a month and our oldest had just turned 2. “Lord you…… Continue reading Cancer journey; trusting God’s hand.
We live in a small town here in Texas. A place we call home. A place where we know folks and they know us too. A place where our little ones have friends. A place we have friends that we now call family. A place where we are loved and able to love. In our…… Continue reading July 4th 2017
Summer time comes with abundance. We get to enjoy lots of different fruits and vegetables but whether that is in the comfort of our own homes or restaurants with possible extra unwanted ingredients added is up to us. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy the ability to go out on a summer evening to enjoy…… Continue reading Health; eating the summer abundance.
In this life, I must say being Motherless has been hard. I thought growing into a woman or perhaps becoming a mother would lead me to forget that void. I know for a fact that God is sovereign and he has always been gracious to fill in little gaps of motherhood through different beautiful women…… Continue reading On being a Motherless woman.
2011 right before my liver resection that would get rid of the right lobe of my liver which was all cancerous, I was put on a liver transplant list. Another possibility that we discussed was giving me part of husband’s liver. My thoughts amidst this; This was going to be a very painful journey It…… Continue reading Cancer journey; possible organ transplant recipient
My little Michele Grace has beautiful hair; it’s between curly and wavy. It’s honestly perfect and I can rightly say the most beautiful hair I have ever seen (not to mention that this is my daughter). So yes I do have the mama bias going on here. Despite how beautiful my baby’s hair is, the…… Continue reading Joyful curls(little mama)