FMF – Rush to Ask Our Friends {4 Questions}

: : Rush : : A Sudden Movement ** While this post is designed for reaching our chronic illness friends, I believe these are questions to ask any one of our friends. All can benefit!** Lately, I have been aware of my life and how isolating it can become. As I look at my life,…… Continue reading FMF – Rush to Ask Our Friends {4 Questions}

Every Season

I know God can bring good things out of my pain. I just have to keep enduring. Before tonight, I hadn’t been outside of our front door in nearly a week. I have Dysautonomia, and it has been absolutely brutal these past few weeks. My Summer goal was to not cancel appointments and to keep…… Continue reading Every Season

Surviving Summer Struggles

Lately, I have profoundly struggled. It is in different areas, from mental health to Dysautonomia and others. Combine everything, and it can make or break my focus. By focus, I mean my special time with Jesus. I feel the weight of my trials in my focus. I find myself in a whirl of distractions – keeping…… Continue reading Surviving Summer Struggles

Immeasurably More in My Days

Some days, I just want to go home. Have you ever felt this way? Sick of this world and ready to receive Heaven in all our Lord’s glory? Today’s blog post is simply part of my story. My longing for my eternal home, while realizing God still has me here for a big purpose -…… Continue reading Immeasurably More in My Days

Depression + Illness Morning Routine

Last few mornings, I have been enjoying my new morning routine. Morning routines and me haven’t always gone well together, especially when you add in chronic illness and heavy depression. They can seem absolutely impossible. Which is why I seldom have one. Right now, the habit of intentionally setting my alarm and getting up when it goes…… Continue reading Depression + Illness Morning Routine