Category: Exhaustion

Overcoming Doubt

We pulled into the parking lot at the hospital this morning when Meg asked, “Do you think I’m brave enough Mom?”   I slid the car into park and looked at her. Her question didn’t rack my brain, it pierced my heart.   Of course you are I tell her. You’re brave, courageous, and feisty Read More …

Becoming Better Warriors

Meg’s been on a roller coaster, feeling really good, awful, but mostly a lot of in-between. Test results are being sent to Texas to keep the surgeon up to date while Meg will continue to be monitored.   Every battle we come up against feels the same as those before. They’re trying, testing, and seem Read More …

Living in His Light

Meg looked at me with tears pooling her eyes, “How can a sneeze hurt my head so bad?”   When the pressure is high, it doesn’t take much.   The girl who loves to run and jump becomes the one who knows she dare not try.   I don’t have to remind her how lucky Read More …

Finding Strength

Meg was up early cutting, gluing, and coloring. Knowing she wasn’t feeling well I asked if she’d rather make a card for Great Gram who’s in the hospital instead of the book she was set on. She looked at me with tired eyes and said, “No Mom, this is what I need to do. I Read More …