Thinking About Joining A Monastery?

This cozy little monastery is a beautiful and peaceful sanctuary down town Mobile, AL. The story of how we came to know this place is a rather lovely one, and is thanks to one grandmother who was thinking of joining the convent. Becoming a nun was always a dream of hers. She grew up a […]

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Travelling Companions | St. Mary Roman Catholic Church

    Welcome to St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church in Banff, Alberta, Canada. For more than 100 years, St. Mary’s has served the faith of natives, traders and trappers, settlers, ranchers and farmers, and growing families from both rural and urban communities. Thanks to our pioneer families and their descendants, many of whom are still […]

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Quality Over Quantity | Cancer Treatment Centers of America

“This is what I’m doing right now I’m helping a person live with cancer”. Yes, as of right now she is cancer free but we are still living with the fear of cancer. This is the word that keeps us focused on our promise of doing everything we can together. As a cancer patient my […]

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DiscorveringC | A Must Read on This Mothers Day

    Source: A Mother’s Day Letter to My Late Mom As I’m writing this Mothers Days blog post about my mother and I, and our journey through cancer, an email popped up from a blog I follow. I could not help but tap on the link and began to read. My prayer for today […]

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Book Nook Goals: A Childs Book Review

        Today I’m bringing you a few books that we (me and my son) had to share on the blog. Cameron has always enjoyed reading books and looking through them. In fact whenever he was little, I would bring him to books-a-million and he would say, “Mommy I want a big book, […]

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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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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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Ovarian Cancer Awareness – Mother Daughter Trip

This past weekend my mother and I shared a mother/daughter trip. My family and I have always loved the outdoors. I know I carry the zest for what the outdoor world provides as my parents do, I just wish I could carry a green thumb as they always have. I find the outdoors to be […]

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Lent Series with Prayer Cards | Week Three

This week on my Lenten series for kids, it’s all about snacks and giving. My Cam-Man had three ‘fasting’ cards, three ‘give’ cards and one card that explain what the color ‘purple’ symbolizes during lent. One of the fun activities we are currently working on is card “Day 17”. However, I wanted to do something […]

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Lent Series with Prayer Cards | Week One

We have made the first week of Lenten season and whether you are a Catholic or not, one thing is for sure – you’re bound to have some fun with these prayer cards. You may not know exactly how lent works and that’s ok, but with the help of these daily prayer cards you will […]

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