Bigger isn't always better in life. I'm not talking about weight size or the size of your bank balance or home, I'm talking about bigger bones. If you research bone disease on "Dr Google" you'll find copious amounts of information about Osteoporosis, low bone density and the importance of having good healthy bones. Try researching high … Continue reading Bigger Isn’t Always Better In Life
That moment when the focus shifts to the possible, rather than looking at the impossible, is a life changing moment. It's the moment a cheerful heart has room to emerge.
I have sung all my life. School Choirs, Church Choirs, solos. Music and singing have been like food and water to me. They feed my soul. Over the past few years I have longed to sing with the energy and delight I used to sing with. My bone disease, pain and constant surgeries, have left … Continue reading How Can I Keep From Singing
One thing chronic illness guarantees is uncertainty. No matter how much we might like to think we have things under control, our bodies, our diseases, always find a way of creating times of chaos, confusion, fear and uncertainty. Sometimes it happens on a daily basis, sometimes every few months or just unexpectedly out of the … Continue reading Facing An Uncertain Future
There is always a lot I can write about in regards to my health but today I just want to say “Happy Easter”. This is such a wonderful time of the year, full of the hope of new life, as we remember what Jesus did for us on the cross, dying that we might be … Continue reading The Good News Of Easter
It's so different from who I was physically but I'm still the same person with the same needs, same loves, same likes, same character.
Sometimes, all I need is a spoonful of strength. Living with a chronic disease reminds me of some of my previous plane trips. I’d start off full of nervous anticipation with a little fear of what lay ahead once on board. There were some smooth passages and then all of a sudden we’d hit almighty … Continue reading Calming Chronic Illness Turbulence With A Spoonful of Strength