It’s My Choice

Anxiety is something I have battled for a long time. I find that when I start to get anxious about one thing, my anxious thoughts breed anxious thoughts. For example, recently Dan and I were packing to leave for a quick weekend trip. As I packed, I started worrying that I hadn't packed enough clothes. Then I started worrying about leaving our cats. ...

Something New

In early 2015, the hormonal disease I struggle with, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), had gotten out of control. I was experiencing debilitating symptoms that were affecting my quality of life. I was desperate for something to change so I could be "normal" again. In early 2016, I found an OB who specializes in hormone health. I will ...

The Ninety-Nine

I have been going to church for as long as I remember. When I was young, I remember being one of the first to arrive and one of the last to leave. My mom was a music pastor, and we were always involved in everything. We were there every time the doors opened. I was ...

A Blind Rooster

Years ago, I read a blog about a cute little farm. The blogger was talking about her visit to the farm, and the joy she found there. She talked about several animals, the food she ate and time she spent with family. She also mentioned a blind rooster. Since the rooster was blind, it crowed ...

What I Want You to Know About October

In 1988, President Ronald Regan proclaimed October as Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. A month to bring awareness to the amount of people who are affected by miscarriage, stillbirth and the death of an infant. Taking this a step further, October 15 is Infant Loss Remembrance Day. It's a day where families who have lost babies light ...

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