Hot. That is Texas in June, July, and August...often September, too. So, we swim. We have a lovely neighborhood pool. Two, in fact. But, there's just something about swimming at the lake that is extra summertime fun. The soft sand and vast amounts of water - the boat going by producing waves, the
Today is June 7th. Just a regular day. Nothing special. Yet, it feels special. It's seriously a normal day but my heart could burst with joy for the blessings in my life. I have a beautiful, healthy, happy family. I have my lovely in-laws just down the road. They can pop in whenever they want.
Just an average evening at the T. household. And our first official VLOG.
About three weeks ago I got sick. Severely sick to my stomach. So much so that I ended up in the ER. They were suspicious about my gallbladder, but because it didn't show stones, they just released me with an unknown stomach ache. I was painfully sick for about a full week and a half. Much research
One of my most favorite memories of childhood is taking walks with my mom and brother. Nature walks or even just walks around the neighborhood were always fun. I don't know how often we took walks, but it feels like pretty often, and I really love those memories. And there was always a camera with
Ten years. This Spring marks ten years since the bite that infected me, and my unborn son, with Lyme disease and co-infections. Ten years of sickness for me and for him. Ten years of pain and sorrow, weakness and fatigue. Ten years of a long fought battle. Ten years in the trenches. Ten years