Revisiting the hardest day of my life: when my mom had her stroke. Taken from real-time diary, sometimes we must remember to appreciate the blessings we have. #recovery #family #strokerecovery #healing Continue reading Revisiting…I Grew Up This Week
Easter 2021…Our second Easter in an active pandemic. This year, a different character was brought into focus, reminding us of the immense forgiveness Jesus offers us, and that is through Peter. A Holy Week reflection! #catholic #edrecovery #faith #christianity Continue reading I am Peter
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent. But for this blogger, it also marks the onset of her anorexia. From Top Eating Disorder Recovery Blogger, how the ashes on her forehead redefines the guilt from her past. #catholic #edrecovery #recovery #lent Continue reading Ashes from a Burned Up Past
This Christmas doesn’t feel quite as festive as it should. And we have COVID to thank. But perhaps instead we should see this holiday season as a blessing: to return to that First Christmas, where it was about family and the Christ child. #catholic Continue reading Christmas Negativity or Nativity?
After pulling an all nighter, things come into FOCUS! #catholic #christianity Continue reading Be His Instrument
A refreshingly honest and helpful source of insight on how to pray when we don’t know how. A must read for those who are Christian, spiritual, curious about faith, or none of the above! #catholicContinue reading Finding My Prayer Voice
Not being allowed to attend church services during quarantine has changed the face of christianity as we know it. What is the toll? And where do we go from here? #catholicContinue reading “Good Person” Christianity