Making it With Mom: Cancer Recipe From Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Good Friday morning!! If there is one thing, I could tell you about cancer other than it SUCKS! Is that watching your sugars are uber important. However, it has been SOOOO hard for my mom to keep under control. Her mind plays tricks on her and before you know it, she is literally  in the […]

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Making it with Mom: Crawfish Cornbread – Happy Easter 2017

Happy belated Easter! This Easter we gathered outside amongst the sun and sat down to a fresh mess of crawdads!! In the south that is just what you do on Easter Sunday. Right? Right! I must admit, I have a love/hate relationship with crawfish. I love to eat them. But I seem to NEVER get full on the little mud bugs! […]

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10 Tips Explaining Disabilities to Children

How do you explain a disability to a child? How do you reassure them that they are the same as their peers? After all, as parents it’s important to us that Cameron values himself with a good self-image. This has not come easy as Cameron is growing and learning that having a shunt will forever […]

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Pulling Off An Expensive Look On Affordable Budget

Being a blogger (fashion blogger) requires getting inspired, but not copying another bloggers look. You create your own style and that is what gets you followers along with building a successful blog by promoting yourself. I agree to some level on this. I love getting inspired but at the same time, if I see a […]

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Dizzy Fun | DeQuincy Railroad Festival

Ever since I started blogging, I knew I wanted to create a lifestyle blog. One reason in particular was because of my child. Right now, he is too young to comprehend the topics I sometimes post, such as my inter most feelings about cancer, love and faith. At the same time, I love throwing in […]

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Bohemian Vibes

I have been working with some pretty talented people. They are so sweet, so fun, so kind…and being able to collaborate on adventurous things has been a dream. My blog has become everything to me and I’m really enjoying watching it grow into something more than just a journal through cancer. I love being able […]

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Happy 52nd Birthday | The Art of Growing Older

Happy Birthday Mom! Most women fear another birthday. I know I have/did/do, I’m constantly worrying about my face, my weight and aging gracefully. I mean, seriously, who was the last person you met that actually was looking forward to turning another age older and desperately trying to hang on to their youth. However, today is […]

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Lent Series with Prayer Cards Week Five | Arts and Crafts with Kids

This is the fifth week into our Lenten season and boy are we having fun with our prayer cards. Seriously, I’ve enjoyed the children’s cards alittle more than mine. I guess I’m a kid at heart and always will be. I plan to use our prayer cards long after our lent is over, and will […]

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Hydrocephalus Story

Before I write this story, I just want to say I’m not looking for ones pity. Meaning, “oh Kacie you have been through so much” or on the flip side, “Kacie you are so strong” because I’m just a girl who is trying to keep her head above water. Cameron. I had a very rough […]

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Are You To Hard On Your Child? Ten Tips For Young Baseball Players

It’s a question that most of us fight against if you have children in sports or any activity you put your child in, no matter what it is we are in the middle of doing: Am I too hard on my child? We (I) wonder, in the middle of my workday, having married into the […]

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