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Saving Grace Vintage–And a Giveaway!!!

Saving Grace Vintage–And a Giveaway!!!

Hi Friends!! You all know my LOVE for Saving Grace Vintage. I talk about this vintage-inspired boutique a LOT in my blog, referring to it often as my Go-To for milk paint, chalk paint, gel stain...But today I want to tell you more about what this fabulous shop has to...

We Take Language For Granted–My Story

When it comes to language, we take so much for granted. Our conversations are fast and detailed, and we follow along without even giving it a second thought. After Corey's accident, language became an obsession to me. Am I talking slow enough? Does he understand this...

Weekends at the Hospital Were Slow–My Story

Weekends at the hospital were pretty slow. No therapies. No doctor calls. The time just creeped by. We tried to fill our time with family and friends. The kids would come up to see Corey throughout the weekend too. I always looked forward to having the kids up there...

Ever-Present Help In Time of Need–My Story

There are times in our lives that God seems so distant and in the shadows. But there are other times that He feels so close that you can practically touch Him. Have you ever stopped to think, how awesome it is that He gave us the Church? He loves us so much that He...

Navigating “My Story”–My Story

Navigating “My Story”–My Story

Hi everyone! I wanted to swing in here real quick and give you an update on the "My Story" portion of my blog. I'm tweaking a few things to make it easier for you to read our story from the very beginning. Many people are new to the blog or maybe missed a few posts...

Just Checking In!! Please Subscribe

Hi everyone!! Just checking in with all of you. Sorry for the "summer hours" blogging schedule. The weather was absolutely beautiful and it was so hard to take a break from all the summer fun. But I wanted to pop in here and let you all know, I have not forgotten...

Navigating “My Story”–My Story

Five Years–My Story

  Five Years. Today we hit the "magic" number. While Corey was in the hospital, I was told over and over...In five years: Your marriage and life will have found its new normal. The healing will be done and all of this will look very different. Give it five years....

“Firsts”–My Story

Tackling “firsts” after a tragedy is tough. Life has to return to “normal” again at some point—but the heart naturally wants to fight against it. It’s so painful. And after going through so much pain already, you try to avoid pain at all costs. Almost becoming numb to...