Do You Know About MedicAlert Bracelets?

This past summer, Hubs and I went on a wonderful hike.  I promised you I would write about the MedicAlert bracelet I wore while hiking.          It is important that I have medical information available at all times in case of an emergency.  I researched different types of medical alert companies and […]

Walking For A Cause

Saturday was a beautiful day for the annual National Kidney Foundation “Kidney Walk”.  I was proud to show off my new kidney by walking in the 5K walk with my donor Cathy! Last year, Cathy did the walk by herself.  In fact, she participated in the walk the day before she donated one of her […]

March Is National Kidney Month

March is National Kidney Month and kidneys are near and dear to me. Yup, I love kidneys – I have three of them.  One that was a gift from a friend last year and two that are sitting helplessly in my body, unable to function.  My kidney disease was inherited.  If a parent has the disease, […]

Is It Called Nesting Even When You’re Not Expecting A Baby?

I’ve been nesting a lot recently. Cleaning out closets, cabinets, and drawers. Washing windows, scrubbing floors, polishing furniture. Rearranging furniture, swapping out accessories, fluffing pillows. Hugging people, saying “I love you”, and rejoicing in God’s blessing. Why? Because 2 weeks from today, I’ll be getting a second chance at life. You could call it a […]

I Want To Finish Well

Because I write some of my blog posts ahead of time and schedule them to publish, you had no idea that I was driving up to Richmond, VA today to visit Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University to meet with a transplant team.  You were not aware that I was being poked and prodded and evaluated […]

Totally His

I have to admit, I was a bit apprehensive to share yesterday’s post.  “What will my readers think?” Well, so many of you emailed me and said the sweetest things.  Thank you. When it’s all said and done, though, what God thinks is most important to me.  And yesterday He told me that I am. […]