Katie McLemore

  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Last weekend was a whirlwind of emotions to say the least. I cried. Wait, no, I ugly cried a couple of times. Then there were other times that I would be laughing so hard that I would snort like a pig (and yes, I do that). The experience was amazingly uplifting and so convicting at the same
  • When I think of the phrase “the perfect mom,” I think of the hit show in the 1950’s Leave it to Beaver. It’s one of my dad’s all-time favorite shows that he still watches to this day. I wonder what Barbara Billingsley, the actress that plays the part of the mom, would say about being a perfect
  • This month is almost over and I was going to write about a different topic. But I had something happen to me a couple days ago that I can’t stop thinking about. Who knew that at 32 years of age, I would have to defend myself from being defined by my disability? Sadly, this last week, I was. To

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