If you clicked on this hoping I had cracked the code on how to make the holidays stress free.... I haven’t. I have, however, given you a few paragraphs below that might make you feel less horrible about your own holiday hussle. My husband and I have been together since October 2016. The first year … Continue reading Planning the Holidays is one of the hardest parts of marriage.
I’m all about a good bargain. That’s why when I shop for anything it’s always at discount stores, clearance sections, thrift stores, or antique shops. Today after a couple days of feeling run down and sick, I got the bug to find some fall decorations after Marshall’s didn’t have anything too exciting. Justin and I … Continue reading Dollar General Fall Decor
On September 5th, 2019 I went into my 8th eye surgery at Northwestern Hospital. This was the 1st surgery on my left eye which for those who don’t know, is my only seeing eye. I had an Ahmed Valve Shunt placed in my left eye to control high pressure. Before surgery my IOP (intraocular pressure) … Continue reading Glaucoma Surgery 9/5/19
This summer for my eyes has been quite the adventure. It started in July when in the middle of the night my good eye would be hard as a rock and in horrible pain. After multiple doctor visits and pressure checks... It was determined that I need Glaucoma surgery to help keep my good eye … Continue reading Summer 2019
I have never gotten this close to something in my entire life... Let me back up a little bit. It's been 2 years and 5 months since Justin and I started our journey together as a couple. To say it's been easy would be a lie. We have moments where we fight all day, we've … Continue reading Panic on Paper – 10 Days Away
It is almost February as I write this (January 30th) and I am feeling very overwhelmed. If I am honest, I am excited and ready to tackle the publishing of my book.... is what I would say if I was always optimistic and happy, like people tend to think I am. In reality I am … Continue reading My Struggle with Publishing – Part 2
Currently in life, I have been trying to work my way towards publishing my children’s book. I spent 2 years perfecting the story line and hoping to find funding and an illustrator. Thankfully I had someone invest into my story so I could hire Joseph Cowman to do all the art for my book. When … Continue reading My Struggle with Publishing – Part 1
It was 3 years ago that I began the journey with my first children's book. I was 21 years old and I made the decision I was going to go to Africa for a mission trip. All the money for my journey was raised and at the same time I was packing up to leave … Continue reading The Sunflower Field