There I was feeling stuck in that moment of pain and despair. Every part of me physically hurt and I knew I was truly dying. That was 2011, I can joyfully say that I made it through and I thank God yet again for the many people He used in my life. I spent months…… Continue reading Cancer journey; hospital nurses
Cliché as it may sound, time indeed does fly by. It seems like I was a brand new bride yesterday. I remember being in my groom’s arms as he led me to our little house on a mountain top in west Texas (McDonald Observatory). It’s been a couple of years now and I guess we…… Continue reading Loving my groom; 9 year wedding anniversary (06-07-08)
Age… takes us places leaving marks here and there Just like time bearing lessons we must learn like foolishness to wisdom fear to courage head down to head up talking to listening hasting to slowing down. In due seasons, Age they say teaches us more beyond the appearance Patience; a virtue we hardly understand at…… Continue reading Age
It’s been 6 years since I had a liver resection as I have previously mentioned. My body has healed but yet still graced with a nice size scar along with little scars from draining of the fluid buildup in my belly. It’s hard to believe I was able to patiently go through that season. Don’t…… Continue reading Cancer; living with surgical scars
Today April the 29th six years ago I went under the knife for a liver resection to take out a 22 centimeter cancerous tumor along with 80% of my liver. That day even though my heart was at peace for myself, I was scared and hurting deep for my two babies that at that point…… Continue reading 6 years ago; cancer.
For the last couple of months y’all have been reading my posts on abuse. I have hoped that pouring out my heart would help encourage others towards healing as well as create awareness for those that can protect helpless children who continue to be vulnerable at the hands of molesters. There has been pain beneath…… Continue reading “Audacity of Her” – Poetry Release