I feel like every time you step into a cathedral there is something that always seems to take your breath away. The awe-inspiring statues, the holy vibes, the architectural details, all the way to the stain glass windows. It’s one of Catholicism’s greatest wonders. You’ll find this beautiful cathedral downtown Lafayette, La.  It’s called The Cathedral of St. John The…

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Happy Friday! I never posted my Mother’s Day post and I’m finally doing it on this beautiful afternoon. My mom and I have a special mother/daughter trip planned to New Orleans this weekend and I’m so excited to see what she thinks of the Big Easy! Dear Mom, I’ve wanted to share something with you for some time now. Ive…

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I love watching Mother Angelica Classics Live on EWTN. You can find her on Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. central time. She is my favorite of favorites! There was an episode where she was talking about Heaven’s angels and it’s always stuck with me. “The most important things can’t be seen with the eye. Ideas can’t be seen. Love can’t…

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I was raised by excellent cooks. My parents love cooking! I grew up on my dads ritual preparation of Bar-B-Que chicken and fried catfish, followed by an excellent side dish of homemade mac and cheese my mom would make to follow. Her famous seven layer delight would top off an afternoon of quality time well spent. Along with these memories…

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Ovarian cancer hit my mother hard, as one in 70 will develop this disease. Each year, 200,000 women worldwide are diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and 125,000 women die from this disease. Heartbroken, we began my mothers fight in 2015. The symptoms of ovarian cancer are not obvious. In fact, many are what you might consider day-to-day struggles. Such as bloating,…

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Hurricane Irma affected Georgia the same dates my mother was due to have another round of chemo. The Atlanta and surrounded cities hasn’t seen this much preparation since the 1993 hurricane Emily. So shutting down the Cancer Treatment Center was a huge shocker. We could see the top of the center in the horizon and then the phone rings, “Ms…

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