My boys have always made Mother's Day as near perfect as I can imagine. This year isn't any different. I am blessed to have children who have made my heart full this spring. And shhh, rumor has it one of my guys has already begun some secret planning for Mom's Day. Dad suggested maybe fishing. … Continue reading Mother’s Day
The biggest and most important thing pediatric cancer taught me and continues to teach is: Love God and love others.
So now, I am a mom. I wouldn't want to be anywhere else. My kids and I are healing together. I trust God has me being here, present in this place, for His purpose and plan exactly like the all years before. And I will thrive here once again. What am I doing? I'm just a mom. And I love it.
“How are you?” No one really wants the answer to that question, at least the real answer. It’s the “Don’t ask/Don’t Tell” of our lives. I believe in answering truthfully. If you don’t want the real answer, don’t ask the question. “How are you?” is heavy. It isn’t a passing question to fill the quiet space … Continue reading Everything Has Changed (Key Ministry)