Hello, my followers! My name is Cait, (AKA Jami, very long story) and I am the owner and sole contributor to Steeley Grace. I’m proud to say that I’m still blogging!!! When I started this site on April 29, 2018 I really wasn’t quite sure if I had it in me to run a blog, but here I am almost three years later still doing it! It’s been an interesting ride so far and I’m not planning on quitting anytime soon.
Things have definitely changed in my world. COVID came crashing in like an uninvited guest and interrupted so many plans. I think most of us have this in common. While I was continuing my education and planning on becoming a Nurse Practitioner, schools shutdown and in the midst of that craziness we had some set backs with our own children. So I put my career plans on hold and just focused on work and family.
If there is one thing that will happen though when your not looking, it is opportunity. I have spent the last 3 years as an Asthma & Allergy RN but as of next week, I will be moving to Employee Health. I’m so excited that this career opportunity came along. It’s a change of pace and opens a whole new set of doors for me that weren’t there before. I owe it all to God.
JESUS CHRIST, is my breath and my reason for living. Trust me, I’ve been in several motor vehicle accidents that I shouldn’t have walked away from. I know he has been there and will always continue to be, but I also know some don’t believe. I’m here to tell MY story. If you don’t want to hear, that is fine. I’m not here to tell you how to live.
My second reason for existence is my children. I technically, have six children. 2 boys and 4 girls ranging from 26-7 years of age but only the youngest three still live with my husband and I. The oldest two are out on their own and my step son lives with his mother (I miss those three older buggers a lot).
For right now, this is the CRAZY world of me. It’s always changing, never really in slow motion and so many mistakes to be made. I am after all not a perfect person, DARN IT, but I love my life and I wouldn’t have it any other way.