When I first became a mom, I thought that the longest wait would be the 9 months of anticipation before my child arrived. I could not have foreseen the waiting rooms, doctor visits, or the long uncertain nights. If I had, I don’t know that I would have volunteered so quickly for this job. Yet, […]
I’ve been driving around El Paso all day. From the East Side to the West, back to the Northeast and then Ft Bliss. The St. Jude Radiothon has filled the silence from one location to the next. My heart is sitting in their radio station right now. Normally, when St. Jude commercials come on the […]
This year Katie has decided she wants to give something back to St. Jude Children’s Hospital in Memphis. But in order to meet her goal we need your help.
Today’s post is short and all about September. I love the start of the school year. The anticipation of what it will be like. The start of memories. I love the way the weather slowly starts to crisp.
Depression and suicide are a hot topic this week. It’s not something that should pass. It is something that we need to become comfortable discussing. It is time for our community to embrace one another and to become stronger together. Judy Davis, The Direction Diva has been on a mission to make this happen.
Yesterday, I shared with you the joy I have at my daughter’s survival and the utter brokenness we both feel. If you missed it you can read it here: How can I feel broken and blessed all at once. Survivor’s Guilt, according to Dr. Kevin Ellers in his lecture Survivor’s Guilt & Fostering Resiliency (Part […]