You Have Turned My Mourning Into Joyful Dancing

Today marks one year since my grandmother passed away. Over the course of this year I have believed a lie. When my grandmother passed away I believed a part of me passed away with her. Last Christmas I felt like I had just woken up out of a bad dream that I would never wake... Continue Reading →

The Empty Shoes

I have been in a really dark and angry place for about two months now. I wish I could give you the good Christian response that "I have never lost faith,not even for a second," but somewhere in the pits of my emotions, I did. I've been looking at holiday after holiday, birthday after birthday,... Continue Reading →

Is Enough Ever Really Enough?

Yesterday I cried...a lot. I cried on the floor. I cried on the couch. I cried on my bed. I cried in the bathroom and on the kitchen floor. ...I cried. Somewhere between my first set of tears and through my final dry heaves of emotion I was trickled down to the single thought. I... Continue Reading →

Pushing On

After losing my grandmother to cancer in December we recently recieved news that my grandfather has cancer now too. Coping with her loss while simultaneously coming to terms with his illness has understandably made me a slew of emotions. I find myself pushing on to keep from going under. Whether I wanted to or not... Continue Reading →

So Many Things to Say

We’re coming up on two months now and there’s still so much I want to tell you. In two short months it feels like a lifetime of reporting I want to share. Madi received citizen of the month AND honor roll for the second time in a row. Emily can tell you about 15 different... Continue Reading →

#TearfulTuesday

One of the joys of most mental illness' are their predictability. They either hang out constantly or you know when it's coming. 12 years with depression and I typically know when it is about to show up. Sadness from grief on the other hand is something still very new to me. It has has been... Continue Reading →

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