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One Year…

Hard to process that it’s been one year already. We definitely have another “New Normal”, and although Vivia is doing amazingly well, as we head into the Florida Spring, we know we are far from being in the clear. We continue to Thank God for Vivia’s healing everyday, knowing this is part of walking it […]

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Alternative Protection to Cold and Flu season… what do we do, Part ONE

(Click Photo above to read more about THIEVES:) OUR STORY: I don’t have a whole lot of time to write this morning so I am going to be very brief: Here’s one main thing we do to prepare for Cold and Flu Season: Medical grade, THIEVES essential oil blend. We use it as an anti-bacterial rub, […]

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Trip to Holland

I didn’t write this, but I had to share because I have never come across something that describes our experience better than this. In case you were wondering… it’s short, and lovely. “I am often asked to describe the experience of raising a child with a disability – to try to help people who have […]

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So, here it is…

I wanted to let you guys in on something that has pretty much rocked our world in the last 3 weeks because we could sure use your prayers, and I know you’ll probably be hearing things, so I’d rather you hear it from me directly. Before I say anything, I also want you to know, […]

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living in a nightmare

I almost feel like I shouldn’t write right now, because I am totally unfiltered. Normally I like to filter, process, filter some more, and then present my thoughts. It’s Gabe’s birthday. Happy effin birthday, honey. I want this day to hurry up and be over bc it is probably one of the worst days of […]

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Last Week.

I was in a bit of shock. This week, I am “full steam ahead”. I am so angry~ Here’s a little background: Over a year ago, I took Vivia to the doctor because she had a nasty looking rash on her face that would not go away. We took her in, and the doc diagnosed […]

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