Mom, I Felt Like He Was With Me…

This is an entry from an old blog of mine – a couple of years ago. It’s about my only girl, now 12. Sigh–I miss her at this sweet stage: Wed, April 1, 2009 My ten year old daughter, Savannah, has had difficulty staying in her...

Join me on this journey :-)

This is going to be the year of healing my food issues. I feel it – I know it. It’s gonna happen. Yesterday Jeff and I took our son Noah to a chiropractic neurologist in Idaho. That dr. is convinced that most of Noah’s sensory...

I Couldn’t Save Her

Today she would be 40. I was going to visit her grave – about 15 minutes from my house – and got too busy. Or maybe I’m just avoiding. I don’t know… I do know that five and a half years after my sister’s suicide,...

It was Rachmaninoff, and I cried…

I often get asked what my perspective on pageants are, now that it’s been almost 7 years since I held a title… SUCH a loaded question. Looking back, I see my pageantry path as one of Divine Tutoring. Really. It held amazing value...

Every Woman’s Pain

Ok, so it’s been over a MONTH since I’ve posted. So sorry…have detached from writing to heed other calls. Pleasantly surprised to note that there were almost 500 reads on my last post, “Those Who Hunger.” 🙂 Please...

Those Who Hunger

A couple of weeks ago, I went to pick something up from my friend Jen’s house, thinking I’d be in and out of there and on my merry way – and ended up in an engrossing conversation on her couch for almost 2 hours. About eating....

God’s Girl

I took a fall today after my sister’s wedding. Tripped over – more like slammed into – a large metal bike rack and fell flat on my stomach. Scrapes and bruises and sidewalk burns all over my shins, knees and hands. Yep, it...