I can't believe another year has gone by and it's already time for my yearly blog review! I am sharing high level highlights of 2015 and because it's harder to share what happened emotionally or spiritually, I am just sharing the physical events of the year....

Last year my annual thankful post had a question mark behind it. Thankful? It seems so hard to be thankful when life is so hard, right? That was definitely the case last year and it continues to be, but as I mentioned on Monday, despite...

Five years ago today Colby and I got engaged. {10.23.10} I love celebrating and reminiscing on days likes these. While it might seem silly to some to celebrate engagement, first dates, etc, I believe that when you are going through trials the best thing to do is to...

September is Childhood cancer awareness month. If you are a new visitor, you might be wondering why I am advocating for childhood cancer. I wish I didn't have to. I wish I knew nothing about the facts of childhood cancer, but in March 2014 just 15...

If you are a new visitor, you might not know that this blog was started in 2012 after a nudge from the Lord to start writing. It was just one week into our journey of infertility. "Me, a blog?", I thought. "Ha." Why would this...

I have always been a very open person. I've never had a problem sharing my heart with others. But after entering the blog and social media world and putting my life out there for others to read and see, it has definitely made me feel vulnerable. Many...

It's amazing how much has changed over the years as social media has gotten so popular. While there are some really good benefits of all of the social media sites, there are some drawbacks too, especially when it comes to sharing pictures. It's so easy...

I can't believe this is my fourth Mother's Day waiting to be a mom! I went back and read my posts from the past two years. While two years ago I talked about contentment and making the most of the circumstances, last year I talked...

Today, Colby and I are celebrating our 4 year anniversary. I know everyone always says this, but it's gone by SO fast! It's hard to believe that three out of the four years have been filled with unexpected trials. Between the loss of our nephew...

Since meeting my airport angel which then led to us switching churches, we regularly attend a bi-monthly healing prayer service. We are so grateful we belong to a church who is so willing to believe and pray with us. Healing prayer is now what I look forward...