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Tag: Hope

The year of the Orchid

Orchids represent love, beauty, and strength. Well on my birthday this past year, March 2019, my sister gifted me with an orchid. I haven’t kept much of anything alive this […]

Can you do a back flip?

Do you know how much practice and effort it takes to do a back flip? If you have seen someone that do a back flip, chances are you noticed muscles […]

Stay in your lane

Do you ever find yourself scrolling through social media asking yourself why your life isn’t like the rest of your “friends”? They look so happy right, their lives put together […]

Crazy like Noah

Let your faith be bigger than your fears That seems so obvious and for Noah, I am sure he was afraid that he looked like a fool in front “society” […]

Did you pay attention?

I can’t stress it enough how important it is to appreciate what you have while you have it. Life can change so quickly and we don’t even realize it. We […]

The sky is all we have

Have you ever watched the sunset? The sky lighting up with hues of yellow, orange and pink, taking the sun to another place. I’m here, watching the most beautiful sunset […]

Wash over me

Sometimes I stumble Sometimes I fall Sometimes I lose my vision. But your word embedded deep within me Give me eyes to see And ears to hear Come Lord Jesus […]

Happy Nurses Week

May of 2009 I graduated from Nursing school and 10 years goes by fast. As a student I was filled with much hope and longed to make a difference in […]

Living with gratitude

There are many things I am grateful for and many things I am appreciative of, but I realized I could be quite the complainer. Maybe I was always a complainer, […]

My Daffodils

Buying groceries is the most tedious and my least liked errand, but what I do enjoy about the grocery store is seeing all the beautiful bouquets of flowers. Flowers just […]

Confessions of a PICU nurse

I am really nervous to write this, but being a writer somehow equates to vulnerability. And it seems that there’s always at least one person who’s life is touched by […]

What about me

Well, what about me? We would be lying to ourselves if we denied that we live in a “what about me” era. And even if our minds didn’t quite go […]