Foster Love

So tonight my husband and I were on a Foster Parent Panel for a local organization called TheCall. TheCall trains Foster Parents from a christian perspective and is really a fantastic organization! We trained through TheCall last year and while nothing could really prepare us to be first-time parents to older kids and be foster … Continue reading Foster Love

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The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson

Genre/Pages: NonFiction; History; 447 pages Price: $11.99 on Amazon Rating: 4.5/5 *I received this book from NetGally in exchange for an honest review. Oh. My. Goodness. This book has quickly become one of my favorites. I had to question several times whether this was actually nonfiction or not. Larson does an excellent job weaving the facts … Continue reading The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson

Anxiety and Blue Lights

Check out this great post learning to slow down and see God’s grace in every little thing!

In Between

When I came to head with the blows of depression my senior year of high school, it was just the beginning of dealing with and learning about mental illness. At the time I thought to have anxiety was to have panic attacks. The most severe outward expression was what I pictured. But just like with depression, I’m learning it takes on many forms of outward physical tolls. More often than not, the two feed on one another. Pin pointing the underlying issue can be rather difficult.

Today anxiety ruled the majority of my day. Objectively speaking, my life is blessed and stress free. Currently I don’t have a job. I’m engaged to be married in five months to my best friend. I live rent and worry free under my parents household. I don’t not have a job because I don’t want to. My fiancé knows me well. Right now, it…

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