Today is our wedding anniversary. Well it’s our “first” wedding anniversary. Let me explain: I married my Husband at 21 years old. Surrounded by over 100 people, some that I couldn’t identify today if you paid me. Bright-eyed, bushy tailed, in love, glowing… and pregnant. By this time, we’d been in a relationship for 3.5 … More How do we work it out after it hasn’t worked? Re-marrying your spouse after divorce
Marriage. It is hard work. It is more than just loving someone, it is a choice, to choose love over your “not so loving” emotions. It’s intentional. Sometimes it’s blissful, sometimes it’s one of the most difficult things that you’ve ever chosen to stay committed to. Giving up is the easiest thing to do, walking … More Marriage: Choose love and do the work.
This picture is my normal response when people ask, “Are you ok?” But, I made a vow that I was going to become even more real with my blog posts this year. I try to be as authentic as I can, that’s one of the things that I love most about myself. So here goes … More I have depression; today I cried. My Husband let me..
I saw a friends post today about how truth and vulnerability is better than a flawless picture. That couldn’t be more true. Social media only paints the picture with the colors that we choose to use or share. I understand everyone is not as willing to be as transparent as others, but how will … More Use your true colors to paint the picture… even if it’s messy.
I’ve heard the saying, “Covered things do not heal” more times than I can count. In church, in Nursing school, in movies lol.. Too many times! But, it didn’t really click until I had some things happen personally that I could truly understood that saying. I read a story this morning about a beautiful … More Throw away the bandaid for good. Covered things do not heal.