I’m still just so tired today. I’ve been tired before in my life, but I can tell you right here that there is simply no tired like Lupus tired. Sleep just doesn’t fix this. Continue reading
People often tell me that I don’t look sick. Some of that is because (on most days) Lupus is a sneaky, underhanded coward of a bully that does its best work all alone in the dark. Continue reading
Just when I become overwhelmed by the “I can’ts”, God shows me once again who can.
I have to be honest. It sure feels good for people to like what you do. It just does. As humans, we gain confidence through the approval of others. We grow and progress through each and every nod that’s tossed our way. This is how we know to keep pressing forward in a certain direction. Continue reading
Setbacks. Ugh. They are impossible little tyrants that pounce on you from out of nowhere. They get in the way. They slow down progress. They actually have the power to just randomly drop in your perfectly normal day and literally stop everything.
Apparently our dog had an upset stomach overnight. Repeatedly. We never heard a thing – no whimpers, no cries, not a single desperate woof to go outside.
As usual, I seem to be doing things a bit backwards. I started this ministry 18 months ago when it became painfully clear that God had written some painful chapters into my story. I call them my tangles. And, in case you didn’t know … tangles hurt.
Remember getting your hair combed when you were little? Yep. Ouch.