Skip to content

Posts tagged ‘PTSD’

The Deep, Dark Well and the Bright, Shining Son


Imagine you’re in the bottom of a really deep well.

Overwhelmed and haunted by memories:

A loss that cut deep in your soul.  Arguments with loved ones.  A history of past abuse.  A history of deep shame.

Memories of (insert yours here). Read more

Do What You Can Do…


This picture and its saying are fantastic – a little sassy, but fantastic!

To all my fellow auto-immune disease sufferers – I say:  Let’s raise a glass of water and toast ourselves – and to those who don’t understand and don’t want to try to understand – to heck with you!

We may take longer to do some things (work, rest, work again)…we may be more tired and achy… Read more

Our peace is in Him.


I stopped at my favorite radio station yesterday.

If you are anywhere close to Duluth, Minnesota, I highly recommend you tune into Life 97.3.  It’s an uplifting and yet calming Christian station.

I found them on one of my trips last year as I was going through therapy for some past “stuff” I had to work through.  Parent “stuff”, sibling “stuff”, work “stuff”, me “stuff”…old “stuff” that just kept coming back to haunt me (thus the term PTSD).

The reason I stopped at the station was to thank them and to tell them just how much their music had meant to me during this difficult time.  I laughed with it, I cried with it, I rejoiced with it, and I prayed with it. Read more

Choosing Excellence

We try our best making daily decisions and yet sometimes....... Join my journey in learning how to "choose excellence" in this beautiful, full life. The Valley of Shadow of Death, Israel 2014, Psalm 23:4

The Poem Explorations of Mr. Creery

Perhaps, I like this life.

Weavings of a Wayfaring Woman

Prose, Poetry, and Musings of a Bush Teacher

Margaret and Helen

Best Friends for Sixty Years and Counting...

Blog of an Artist

Creative Design, home decor, travel and Inspiration

Coffee with Tina.

Coffee with Khalua for the win!

Bristles & Thread

Home sweet functional home.

An Odd Fashioned Girl

Tiny budget. Big ideas.

Diary of an Aesthete

Follow the Journey...

%d bloggers like this: