Meet me in Montana

Have you ever been to a place that doesn’t simply get under your skin, it gets into your soul? A place that is physically painful to be away from? A place that is so beautiful it regularly takes your breath away? Have you ever taken a look around you and felt nothing but love for… Continue reading Meet me in Montana


Memorial Day.

For so many people Memorial Day simply means a long weekend. An extra day off from work. The start of summer. Barbecues, picnics, and camping. Maybe even taking a few minutes to remember all of the people they have lost over the years. Those things are all fine to celebrate and enjoy. But to me,… Continue reading Memorial Day.

Someone has to.

How much time and energy do we waste on things like judgement, gossip, and unnecessary drama? How about jealousy? Anger? Probably a lot more than we care to admit. We push compassion to the side, share stories that are none of our business, stoop to someone else’s level instead of taking the high road, look… Continue reading Someone has to.

“Always Keep Fighting”

I recently got a tattoo with the phrase Always Keep Fighting. This wasn’t a spur of the moment decision, instead, it was one I spent years waiting to make. I wanted to be sure it was the right choice for me. Now, some may wonder why that phrase, other why I got it in such… Continue reading “Always Keep Fighting”

“The Mom Blog.”

We are creeping up on Faith being a year post-op for getting her MAGEC rods put in. That in and of itself feels a bit overwhelming for me, on one hand it feels like it was just yesterday, and on the other it feels like a lifetime ago. I shared a lot about her at… Continue reading “The Mom Blog.”

No time like the present.

How often do you hear someone talking about an amazing experience they had, and sit there wishing it was you? How often do you tell yourself "maybe someday,” or that it’s “not the right time,” how about “I’m not ready?” Do you sit there and talk about things being on your bucket list... only to… Continue reading No time like the present.

It’s okay to say no.

I used to be the kind of person who never knew how to tell someone no. I didn't want to rock the boat, or upset anyone. I found myself, on multiple occasions, in places I didn't want to be, doing things I didn't want to be doing, with people I didn't want to spend time… Continue reading It’s okay to say no.