My purpose for having a food blog is not really about food. I don’t have this big idea of food or how it should look, or how it should taste, or the proper way to do any sort of the food preparation. The purpose behind it and what keeps me going is feeding the people
2017 was about being strong. Being a warrior. Fighting for my health and for joy. 2017 was so much about holding on for dear life, praising The Lord for His goodness, trusting Him in fear and pain and weakness. But it was a BIG year. I hope to never repeat a year like 2017 (and
My specialty is finding the joy in simple things. Some people are never given that kind of clarity or take the time to reflect on what is really really important and special. It really is a gift hidden deep in the muck and mire of illness. When others join in our life, I want them to go away feeling encouraged, hopeful, inspired, and strong.
I started my blog back in 2011 when blogging was SO different. Pinterest had barely just come on the scene and they had a waitlist to join. Many things about blogging has changed, but there are certainly some important things that have stayed the same. In the last 6 years, I have watched my blog
It’s been a really trying and hard 9 months. I first got sick (this time) in June 2016. When things were at their worst, I was unable to eat and lived on soup broth and half a chocolate milk shake each day. I was losing weight, spent most of my time sleeping, and a trip