Reminiscing is sometimes difficult to do at times. It almost makes me wish I had Alzheimer’s, only because I’m so passionate about my family and love them so deeply that it pains my heart on wishing I could do it all over again. As an imperfect human, the experiences and memories I’ve probably, intentionally kept buried. As a soul trying…

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After walking away from seeing my mother in hospital beds and almost losing her life in a flash of an eye, at the time it felt like life was on repeat and the unknown of what the outcome would be. My most happiest moments of course has been sharing my journey through my blog, to learn, listen, share, give and…

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I’m ending this month traveling back to the great state of Georgia so my mother can have her bottom port removed. Hopefully if all reports, scans and the surgery all goes well we won’t have to be back for a little while. Prayers for her as we will began the next couple of days at the treatment center. Speaking of…

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Ok guys, I’ve seriously had the worst week! Someone side swiped into my car, work was super cray-cray and on top of everything else – I dropped and shattered my iPhone and couldn’t blog all week because of it! Thank goodness I’m getting a little light va-ca with my parents headed back to Georgia. Im really looking forward to this…

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Rarely do you have conversations with someone about your socks but if you’re in my family it’s not rare at all. In fact, my parents have always cared about making sure you’re warm and cozy. Short true fact: when my son was a toddler, you never brought him over to his nanny and pawpaws house without a fresh diaper and…

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Nine hours of travel time, from my parents door to Newman, maybe ten depending on the holiday rush hours. Pure exhaustion no less! Yet it was through the treatment center Christmas lights that made my moms “good news” more relaxing. With the shadows of the Hope and Faith swans in the darkness of the lights reflecting in the pond water,…

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Nothing could have prepared my family for the reaction that was about to happen inside of us on a Monday afternoon at a 2:30pm appointment. It was 4:00AM the Sunday before and I awoke to: ” Kacie you ready!?” As it took a second for my eyes to adjust to the 600 watt light bulb that was in my face,…

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