https://www.cnn.com/2022/02/06/entertainment/awkwafina-blaccent/index.html I feel for Awkwafina because she's in the spotlight. She was scrutinized for having a "blaccent". In reading this article it took me back to a time in my own life which is somewhat relatable.I actually empathize with her. I too was always under scrutiny growing up. At home my dad called me a... Continue Reading →
Walking by faith beyond what I live.
Good Evening, It's been a little while since I've wrote any articles here and I have lots to share but I'm saving it for a book that I am working toward publishing hopefully by the end of next year or sooner. However, I do want to share some pieces of my journey with my followers... Continue Reading →
Ask me how I’m doing?
It's been a long time since I've written a blog. Lots of changes have occurred in my life, my family dynamics since the last time I shared anything with my followers. Hmm... Where do I even begin, with what thought should I lead, or what should my topic be about. I think I'll begin with... Continue Reading →
Trusting in the Lord while ALL odds are against your faith.
It was back in October of 2001, just a few short months after my husband and I brought our first home and relocated to Tacoma, WA. We felt so blessed because we had just been "upgraded". We had left our tiny 750 square foot, 2 bedroom apartment with our 3 children and 1 more on... Continue Reading →
My journey with Mental Health & Special Needs advocacy. #MentalHealthAwareness
Hear me out…then if you agree please share it to support my journey with advocacy & my truths as I know them. #MentalHealthAwareness I've learned along my journey with advocacy for Mental Health & Special needs, that my truth may not be yours but it's my lived experiences that make me an expert in what... Continue Reading →
Some of us are warriors without having served in a physical war or battle. #MentalHealth #Warrior
I just wanna share this thought, I dunno maybe its possible someone else might share in this same thought. Tomorrow is Veterans day. And we will honor our vets who served in the military, ones that went into battle for our country, ones who experienced & endured trauma, most returning home in a mental condition... Continue Reading →
My voice, my views, but my son’s journey. When the wind blew bipolar our way. (Repost)
Tonight, I will be sharing a small chapter of my oldest son's journey of life in his teenage years and becoming diagnosed with bipolar disorder. This article is through my views and facts as I know them. It is my voice of experience as his mom, caregiver, and advocate. It all began during the middle... Continue Reading →
Inspiration & Hope that came from suffering & pain.
This will NEVER get old for me. It's just a small part of my son's journey. My son's news stories from 2014. My son 4months old, after ICD implant surgery in 2001. He is teaching me about living life to its fullest potential even when things are designed to get you down. He has taught... Continue Reading →
An amazing night for my son! #Hope #Inspired
Gotta love my son's energy & enthusiasm. Be sure to click the links within the article and you'll see the video clips. This passed Wednesday I received a last minute phone call, unexpected while I was watching t.v. It was the coach from specialized recreation activities center and he asked, "Hey, what are you guys... Continue Reading →
Share your story for God’s glory. #MentalHealth #Journey #Truths
This is a thought that came to me this evening. As a person who has been flawed, imperfect, of many mistakes and poor choices along the way and finally one day becoming to the knowledge of Christ, I am unashamed of my journey. Struggles and ALL, because there is power in my story when I... Continue Reading →