Are you feeling loved today? Consider Roman’s 8:38 What can come between us and the love of God’s Anointed? Can troubles, hardships, persecution, hunger, poverty, danger, or even death? The answer is, absolutely nothing. In this mean and evil world, it’s hard to keep our hearts and souls from becoming singed by… Continue reading Loved or Unloved – That is the Question
Dear Friend; You asked me recently how I am doing after my daughter’s wedding. It took me until now (about 6 weeks) to recover but it was worth it! It was the most beautiful day and I was able to be right there and most importantly, not in pain! I shared about the wedding on… Continue reading How I Managed Fibromyalgia and Survived my Daughter’s Wedding
October is Pastor Appreciation Month. Having been in the ministry, I have conflicting feelings about Pastor Appreciation month. On the one hand, it is a very good reminder to the people to take a moment and let their pastor know how much you love them. On the other hand, it can be a very depressing… Continue reading A Dozen Ways to Show Appreciation to Your Pastor
Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus Turn your eyes upon Jesus Look full in His wonderful face And the things of earth will grow strangely dim In the light of His glory and grace After a prompt from Five Minute Friday, my thoughts went directly to an old hymn favorite, Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus. I… Continue reading Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus
31 Days of Praying Psalm 91 Wow! I just finished Susan Chamberlain Shipe’s new book 31 Days of Praying Psalm 91. She sent it to me to review so I began reading it but I wasn’t too far into it before I decided I should be praying the book over my family. And so I… Continue reading Book Review: Praying Psalm 91
Many people who suffer from fibromyalgia, also suffer from depression and anxiety. So this week, I have asked my friend Jess Bongiorno to share about the topic. If you have been following this blog for a while, you may remember that she had written encouraging words before about facing depression. I think these Letters to… Continue reading Facing Depression and Anxiety
Are your Finances holding out? This is a question that most friends and family never think to ask, “How are your finances?” It’s a little personal and maybe that is why no one asks but the truth is that sickness can take a big toll on anyone’s finances no matter how much insurance you have.… Continue reading Fibro Friend ~ How Are Your Finances Holding Out?
It’s time for another Letter to Friends! Right after diagnosis, is probably the best time to share with your friends about fibromyalgia and how it affects you. Mainly because our world is so fast-paced, people will quickly forget that you have a health issue at all, especially when it comes to fibro and… Continue reading Letters to Friends ~ How Are You Doing Since Your Diagnosis?
This week’s guest is Sarah from the blog, The Last Days of Pompeii. She’ll be sharing about physical therapy and exercise. She just started her own blog to help awareness of Fibromyalgia, MCS, and Rheumatoid Arthritis. She has found like many of us with a chronic illness that the chronic illness blogging community is so uplifting… Continue reading Fibromyalgia ~ Physical Therapy & Exercise
There’s is nothing more frustrating to me than fibro fog. My mind just won’t think straight and it seems to just come on for no reason at all. I start switching up my homonyms and forgetting the most common words. My friend, Nan Jones wrote a letter about this for me to share with… Continue reading What is Fibro Fog? Why are you Crashing?