I’m not going to lie. The last two days have been rough. Reality of our new normal setting in. I haven’t stepped foot in any kind of store or restaurant in over a week and I likely won’t be allowed to for a very long time. My daughter just found out she will be out… Continue reading It’s going to be okay.
Today we have the privilege of talking to Ashley Purcell. Listen in as she shares her story! You can find the podcast on Apple podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Google and Podbean. http://podcast.nottodayms.com
Cynicism is defined as "an inclination to believe that people are motivated purely by self-interest; skepticism." The world wants us to believe cynicism is cool. That the cynics are the ones who won't be fooled. No one is going to pull a fast one on them! But, having lived as a complete cynic for the… Continue reading Cynicism… and a bonus book review!
Meighan and Mike have experienced some pretty tough seasons during their 6-year marriage, most recently being the passing of their daughter, Eloise Joy to Trisomy 18. They have adopted the mantra “Choose Joy” and have allowed the Lord to use Ellie’s life in some pretty powerful ways. Meighan and Mike live in Vine Grove with… Continue reading Episode 14: Meighan and Mike’s Fight for Joy!
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.
Scott and Jane Conway have been together since college and have been married for over 25 years. Scott has his MBA and works for a local bank and Jane has taught Spanish and ESL for many years. They built a beautiful life and raised two amazing daughters, Madison and Ann-Morgan. But on November 6, 2013,… Continue reading Episode 12: Scott and Jane’s Fight for Joy!
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.