I love banana bread. Guilty, as charged. So to have slowly rotting bananas, is a blessing – if I have the required energy to make something using them. Yesterday, I made a batch of delicious oatmeal banana chocolate chip muffins. Today, I am making up another batch to use up the last of our “too…… Continue reading Oatmeal Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins
About a month ago, I saw a new cardiologist. He gave some tips, did some rearranging of meds, and all-in-all a visit worthy of being vulnerable to see – yet another – doctor. This doctor is a cardiologist, who is likely the most well educated physician on dysautonomia. At least, for our “neck of the…… Continue reading What the Doctor Said – Part 1
I am proud to share with you a new book, one I am loving. And, I think you will too. Kristen Feola is the author of The Ultimate Guide to the Daniel Fast. In her new book, Spiritually Strong, she combines fitness and faith. Together, they join together – and make one dynamic program, when…… Continue reading “Spiritually Strong” – BookLook
It’s been a rough evening. Ironic, since I was actually better physically during the day. Much I could agonize over. Much I could cry over. Instead, turning my eyes toward my Creator and thankful for the comforts I do. Though I came home feeling unwell and with a sorta heavy-heart, what do I have? I have God’s…… Continue reading 5/4/15 – What Do I Have to Give?
The Holy Spirit led Jesus into the wilderness. It wasn’t something he thought of doing himself. The Spirit compelled him to go into the wilderness. To me, this speaks about how the Holy Spirit will lead us to do things that we, ordinarily, wouldn’t do. This would be a time of great testing for Jesus,…… Continue reading Temptations of Jesus