No matter how much I want my life to be filled with only good things, the bad finds it's way in.
Finding ways to laugh at myself is good medicine as is surrounding myself with others who laugh with me.
Worry and anxiety rob us of energy and time while we attempt to control things we cannot. Learning to trust in God and his faithfulness, gives us peace and we can rejoice in his faithfulness.
When we find a point of connection with another, as C.S. Lewis describes, when we can say, "What! You, too?" Our shared experience binds us together and in that magical moment of connection, we find hope.
The platypus makes no sense. It breaks so many "rules" that scientists first thought it was a hoax. The "so ugly, it's cute" mammal lays eggs, has the fur of an otter, the tail of a beaver, and the nose of a duck. It's feet are webbed but the webs give way to claws when … Continue reading Platypus Promise
Today is World MS Day and in honor of that I am going to give a quick update on my own journey with this disease. It has been 6 months since I was diagnosed and I've learned a lot. I still have ongoing symptoms - numbness in both feet and my left leg, weakness in … Continue reading Navigating the Fire Swamp