Do you ever have moments when you forget who you are? You lost your identity? Your sanity? Your purpose? You forget for a moment that you have a journey that’s different from everyone else, but you’ve been equipped to travel that road. You will do it alone if you have to do so. Sometimes we … More Welcome Back
When I woke up in the middle of the night. I thought I had been kidnapped. I’m used to Sydney singing and waking me up and even though I was without my children. I still woke up at 4:30 am. Sydney really has me on a good schedule. 😊 I’m in New York for two … More Going To NYC With Five Loaves And A Few Fish
I called on Jesus so much on Wednesday. I’m sure He doesn’t want to hear from me again until Thanksgiving! Wednesday our family accomplished major victories. You can never plan enough for autism and I learned that sometimes all of my planning makes things worse. I thought back to last year when Sydney and I … More Jesus Take The Ferris Wheel And The Waffle Fries
It’s no secret I’m scared of thunderstorms and cats. I’m also scared of falling in love. Been there done that and when I love, I love hard! I started reflecting on the fact that it’s been six years since my divorce and I am a changed woman. I have strength that I didn’t know existed. … More I’m Scared
Since I posted about my heart monitor and being asked out on five dates, you guys have really shown me some love. Thanks for the messages, offers to babysit and dating tips. I thought I would give you a quick update. Bachelor #1 just wants a pen pal or texting buddy. Not much happening there. … More Men Still Do That?
I am not sure if it is my heart monitor or my short natural hairstyle, but this sista was asked out on five dates this week. Holla!!!! Before you get all excited two of those invites don’t count. One little boy was thirty years old! Bless his little heart. Another gentlemen was a little “suspect”, … More Who Needs Match.com When You’re Wearing A Heart Monitor
I’ll be happy when I lose ten more pounds. I’ll be happy when I find a step daddy for my kids. I’ll be happy when I write another book. I’ll be happy when I can learn to say no. I’ll be happy when we take a vacation. I’ll be happy when….. This past week taught … More I’ll Be Happy When