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.
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
I have always enjoyed shopping. I like fashion and I like trying new styles. Now that I am a mom, none of that has changed although getting out to go shopping is more difficult. The time is just not there. And I am at that in between age that make shopping here in Montana a
Welcome new friends from Pinterest. So glad you found me! I am Joyful Momma. I love pearls I really really like pink. My husband is color blind (extremely), he thinks our bedding is grey. To be fair, I have told him that it is in fact, blush pink. I went to nursing school….but didn’t finish.
I have been slow at getting up new blog posts and recipes this week. We had a great birthday party for my daughter on Saturday that ended with my mom driving me to the ER with a towel over my hand. I lost a fight with the lid of a can. I was even being
You all saw last week that I posted about orphans. This guy is working hard to do something about it. He is hoping to race in the Ironman in Kona as a media athlete and share his story and share the cause. Reece’s Rainbow is something that, now that I know about it, I cant
*even though it is only Monday*“Once our eyes are opened, we can’t pretend we don’t know what to do. God, who weighs our hearts and keeps our souls, knows that we know, and holds us responsible to act” Proverbs 24:12Dear Readers….my dear, wonderful 750+ readers: I want to share something with you. Orphans. We all
Most bloggers wrote about Mother’s Day in a timely manner. I however, have had this post circling around in my head, thinking about what I wanted to say. I have a lot to say (surprise, surprise! Ha ha). When I think about moms, I think of my mom, my Grammy, my auntie, my step-mom, my
I am taking the week to recover. We had 8 days of overnight guests, 30 hungry family members for dinner on Saturday, and plenty of late nights with laughter and stories. It was so so fun!! I love every minute of my family staying at my house. I love making coffee and muffins in the