Vulnerability and a Globetrotting Virus

There is nothing quite like a globetrotting virus completely unknown to the human body and invisible to the naked eye to evoke feelings of exposure, vulnerability, uncertainty, anxiety, and fear of the unknown. Am I right, or am I am right? I know I am not alone in sitting with these feelings because I understand … Continue reading Vulnerability and a Globetrotting Virus

Happy Dance

We used to have a 'happy dance' tradition in our family. When we received good news or reached a milestone, we would do a goofy, happy dance together as a family. My husband and I started this in the early years of our marriage and our son delighted in them throughout his preschool, elementary years. … Continue reading Happy Dance

Med Schedules & Time Zones

There are lots of things to consider when you're not in 'your Kansas' anymore; med schedules & time zones being 2 of them for me. As a heart transplant recipient, I will take anti-rejection medications every 12 hours sharp for the rest of my life. It's not a big deal; it's become part of my … Continue reading Med Schedules & Time Zones

Angels Among Us

Warning: this post will make you smile and it may make you cry. I'd like to share an encounter I had as my heart was beginning to fail. I was headed to a cardiology appointment one January day. I parked the car, hopped out, locked the doors and headed towards the medical complex. I made … Continue reading Angels Among Us

Why I blog

It's been a while since I reflected on WHY I blog; I've had some time on my hands of late recovering from a 'bout of 'should-have-gone-to-the-hospital' pneumonia, so I thought I'd share my reasons for blogging. I blog for a few reasons: to infuse hope, light into places of despair, darkness to educate, equip, and … Continue reading Why I blog