If you're new here, you may want to subscribe via email here or via my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!I’m back to the face-down days I knew two years ago. It hurts to loose moments, memories, sweet tender times in the haze of drugs. My dear neighbor came over and reminded me of our conversation- which had vanished from my mind. Blaaaaaa I quietly rested my head...

I have shared this song here before, but my heart needed to hear it again tonight. I will need to hear it again tomorrow, and the next day. Jesus is enough. More than enough. I pray you are met today by this love. I pray you are joined by fellow broken stumbling saints on this journey today. Sing loud, sing with confidence, know your story is not a mistake. Walk...

This is not a topic many of us wish to think on with any regularity. But honestly, I think of it all the time. How does one die well? How does one glorify God in death? How does one simply die well? All thoughts that pass through my moments, my limited moments. Here is what I have come up with- I’m sure as days pass I will have a new list of thoughts to share with you lovely readers. But today, this low drug filled day- here are my thoughts. 1. Live with deep forgiveness...

I woke at 4am and decided not to return to sleep. I want to hang on to these last moments before big chemo starts again. Sadly, I know what this will be. I know how this will feel, how I will exit this mornings injection. It’s my last morning to taste food properly. It’s my last morning to feel like I do right now. It’s my last morning to be out of the fog of the medicine that will get through the coming days. I will exit the fog, the haze the yuck, but chemo leaves you forever changed. That’s it’s job. I...

I’m tucked sweetly in bed and I hear two mamas loving me downstairs. Tomorrow is going to be tough. With my port barely healed they are adding the poison fast. My numbers aren’t good. The worst yet. I feel like I’m in a haze. A sad haze that keeps me doing the next thing. I fighting to live well when I don’t feel well- a grace balance of living...

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