The Shepherd’s Voice

Tugging my mother's sleeve, I whispered, "what are those people doing?" I pointed to the many weeping adults who were flooding the isle, making their way to the alter. "They heard God's voice. He wants them to come and talk with Him". I pondered that a few minutes. How did they hear God's voice? Did... Continue Reading →

Getting Through the Crazy

I should have seen the warning signs. The increased headaches, sleepless nights, and loss of appetite were all classic signs. But for some reason I ignored the signs and continued on, without thought, with my crazy life.  It wasn't until I was sitting in my van yesterday, trying to breathe through severe heart palpitations, that... Continue Reading →

3 Things Cancer Has Taught Me

Before you read this post, I have two disclaimers that I need to get out of the way. First of all, this is not about what my husband, the​ patient, has learned. This post is about what I, the caregiver, has learned. Secondly, we are only 1/3 of the way through our journey. I am... Continue Reading →

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