• Last night I left Carson’s ICU room after he had fallen asleep to try and find something respectable to eat at 9 p.m. in a hospital (which didn’t happen, by the way). And I was struck by how awkward this place that I used to work at only a short 3 years ago felt. The halls were
  • Let’s face it; we Americans love to eat, eat and eat some more. And that’s especially true when talking about sugar, candy, lollipops, chocolate bunnies, and so much more.  We also have to face that we have a real sugar addiction problem in our country.  The pandemic did not help the
  • Being your mom the last 5 years has been such a wonderful time. Words just can’t describe how incredibly you are. I’m so blessed to have you as my first child.  Being a mom for the first time can be hard and requires a steep learning curve. There have been many nights that I’ve laid awake
  • A couple months ago I was browsing Facebook for the latest news and happened upon a post that made me cry. And so now I sit, crying as I write this latest post. They are tears of sadness but also of joy and happiness. My pediatric cardiologist, Dr. Hudson Allender, has seen his last patient and
  • You might be wondering, “why haven’t you been posting blogs?” After all, my last post was all the way back in August of 2018. Well, I want to tell you why I took such a long break. I’ve been trying to figure out what direction I wanted to take this thing. I wanted to make sure that I was
  • 1. I love to travel, and only have a handful of states left that I haven’t seen. I haven’t gone overseas just yet, but I would love to soon! My two favorite places to visit are Boston and Northwest Arkansas. I love Boston for it’s rich American history – and the Boston
  • Once again, I’ve had the privilege to attend the Bridge Conference in National Harbor, outside of Washington DC, and it’s been amazing. I absolutely love traveling – especially when I’m not footing the bill. The only sad part is, this year I’m alone. Katie has come
  • There’s an old saying that God gives you only what you can handle and nothing more. But that’s a really hard statement to accept when you are going through a storm and can’t see God’s hand guiding your decisions. What if you feel like God has, in fact, given you more that you can handle? Two

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