Everyone keeps asking me how I’m doing. This season of job change and taking on new volunteer responsibilities and all that comes with Fall and Christmas events—I appreciate everyone’s love and concern for me. They don’t want me to do too much. Multiple Sclerosis can be triggered by stress. And my people know that. And… Continue reading Just show up.
I'm too loud. My ideas are stupid. I'm too much for most people. They think I'm too weird. I don't fit in. I don't have anything worthwhile to say. No one cares about my opinion. I don't have a story. I'm alone. I'm damaged. I'm unattractive. I am a failure. I'm a horrible mother. I… Continue reading Lies.
Heather Goodrich is a daughter of Christ, a wife, a mother, a grandmother (Nana) of six beautiful grandchildren, and a veteran runner with a marathon heart. She was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in June of 2012. MS has left her with severe bilateral foot drop, occasional cognitive issues, and a constant fatigue that haunts her… Continue reading Episode 11: Heather’s Fight for Joy!
The latest episode from our podcast is up! We talk about some random things! Favorite summer time snacks, health and beauty tips, running tricks and our favorite Netflix shows and a little about Season 2 of the podcast coming this fall! Check it out! http://www.nottodayms.podbean.com You can also find us on Apple podcasts, Stitcher, Google… Continue reading Episode 7 is up! Season 1 Finale
Check out the new podcast. We were blessed to be able to talk to Elizabeth Ray! Here is a little more about her. Elizabeth Ray is a wife and mom of 2 children; Elizabeth enjoys spending time with her family even if most of the time is commuting to work, schools, practices, and all the… Continue reading New podcast is live! All things Whole30!
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My husband and I love the movie, "UP!". The first 10 minutes is the best part... the love story of Ellie and Carl. They experience love and laughter and deep grief and pain, but at the heart of it all is a deep love and appreciation for one another. And they always found a way… Continue reading Ellie and Carl