This whole experience is such an emotional roller coaster-- even this far out. Y'all, I was chastised for using the word exhole on social media post recently. Before I go further, I get it-- it's a play on words and too close to the word "asshole"-- I am not upset that the group moderator asked… Continue reading I Didn’t Sell His Stuff – Confessions of a Sinner
It's been a long time coming, but I am finally back to attending church close to home. While I never registered at another church or revoked my registration at our "home church", I have attended other Catholic churches in the area since dip sat next to me in the pew the Sunday after he left… Continue reading Back at My Home Church
Y'all bear with me because I'm currently in the middle of a stress hangover. My fellow mamas of chronically ill kids know what a stress hangover is. It's the period of a day or two that follows a hospital visit. Even though my boys are older, I still get hospital stress hangovers. This last trip… Continue reading Crazy Broken Cars!
I am so thankful for our Heavenly Father. My father was never there from growing up and is a committed atheist. I always wanted better for my children, I wanted my children to KNOW their Heavenly Father and to have an earthy father who was a committed Christian. I wanted them to have the life… Continue reading God will Never Forsake You – Reflections from The Hospital
Healing takes time. It's a process, as they say. It's been a while since I have experienced any sort of sadness due to his leaving, but this past week I hit a rough patch. I wasn't sad because of HIM--oh no. I am over him. The sadness this week took me by surprise because life… Continue reading God’s Timing
I'm not going to lie. It is difficult to move forward after your spouse of 24 years leaves you. I look back on the first few months now and think, "What the heck was I thinking!? Why did I beg him to come back!?" I've now got the perspective of two and a half years… Continue reading Building a Better Life
The world is a mean place and it's been that way since the original sin in the Garden of Eden. Satan is the father of all lies. Just as with Eve in the garden, satan wants you to believe the lies he's telling you about God. Satan wants you to think less of yourself because… Continue reading Remember Who(se) You Are