"Embracing the idea that you can want things for yourself even if nobody else understands the whys behind them is the most freeing and powerful feeling in the world." ~ Rachel Hollis
Good Morning! ☀️Some of you might have noticed that I have not blogged in a bit. For one I've been a little busy with the kiddos out of school (no routine!!!) and allergy season is now in full swing (lots of shots for my patients) but also I've been working on me. I've made it… Continue reading Ka-Boom!!!!
We all have our ideas about how our life is supposed to look and when we are supposed to achieve our goals. Some people have their lives so planned out that when those goals aren't achieved at the right age and time they are left feeling empty and unfulfilled. I have been down that path… Continue reading Timing
You all, these last few months have been such a journey for me. As a mom, wife, nurse and a woman of God. Listening to him and learning to trust that all the plans I thought I understood I might not have completely. It's been eye opening and freeing. I realize that I can make… Continue reading Ah Ha!!
It's been over a year since I started this blog. I've learned a lot in this last year. For instance, I can change how my site looks but that doesn't mean people will come flocking to it. I can post the most heartfelt, gut wrenching post and not a single person will "like" it, which… Continue reading Looking Back
The Bronte sisters were amazing writers. They each had a way of telling a story that was engaging and thought provoking all at once. This evening I ran across a quote from Charlotte Bronte that made me love her even more. "I avoid looking forward or backward and try to keep looking upward."
This month of May has been a journey for me. Lots of ups and downs and pathways that I never saw coming. However, as I reflect back if I hadn't gone down those paths I wouldn't have learned or grown as much as I have. I still have a lot of work and growth to… Continue reading Roads
My patients are forever telling me that aging sucks. Actually, I recently had a little old man tell me, "young lady aging is the worst thing I ever did and I didn't have a choice!" At the time I smiled at him and told him I was sorry to hear that and I certainly hoped… Continue reading New Stages