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Love This Post

September 18, 2011

I really enjoyed this post for several reasons. She’s real, she’s honest, and she’s not afraid to tell the truth. Plus, she has the greatest name for a bad hair day. Oh, and the shoes! Love the shoes….and also wish I could wear them.


Fixed link

April 22, 2011

I was informed that I accidentally posted a wrong link to one of the songs I have been enjoying. Opps! Here it is, hopefully fixed.

JJ Heller “What Love Really Means”

Another favorite

November 19, 2010

I love this song, as it tells of a common theme in God’s plans: waiting.  It can be applied to just about any kind of waiting on answers from God.

Johnny Diaz “Waiting Room”

Yet another song

November 18, 2010

You all tired of the songs yet?  🙂  I love music, and often it ministers to me in ways that words alone can’t.  This song I love because it shows God’s love is such a powerful way.  God still loves me, even if I can never turn a doorknob again! 

JJ Heller “What Love Really Means”

Term Limits

November 17, 2010

This is a link to Warm Socks excellent post on RA and Term Limits. It follows with the control post I put up yesterday. Sometimes it seems as if I just had a tiny bit more control I would be OK.  Not perfect, but OK.  I know this is not a reality, that in reality I would just want more control.  Anyway, read and enjoy:


November 16, 2010

One of the hardest things about having a chronic illness for me, is lack of control.  I have absolutely no idea what each day is going to bring.  Sometimes, I’d like to have a say in when things are hurting/stiff.  I would be much more OK with this if I could veto it hurting on certain days.  I would even give a bit and allow it to hurt on other days, if I could just have that control.

   But, that’s not how life works.  Instead, I have absolutely  no control over any aspect of my disease.  From when it will flare or behave, to when it will be stiff or not be stiff; its all out of my control.  Sometimes, I’d just like a bit of that control back.

Another favorite song

November 15, 2010

This song has also meant allot to me lately.  While I haven’t ever lost a child, these past few months I have lost allot of things that were important to me.  My good health, the ability to do many things, my plans for my future, there’s so much that this disease has changed.  I just love his honesty in this song, and yet the hope that comes thru.  I love the entire album, but this song especially.

Steven Curtis Chapman “Beauty Will Rise”