I love to play this game just to see how far Juanita will go on a tank of gas. I even sing ” this little light of mine I’m gonna let it shine”. My husband hates it. I have faith and hope that I will make it to the gas station. But I do tend… Read More This little light of mine
Dear broken body, Thank you, you always find a way to send a reminder that you are still there. You have a tendency to remind me daily of what constant pain feels like. You remind me that my guts are defective. But, you remind me that no matter what, you are working hard to stay… Read More Dear body……
Anxiety takes my breath, my sleep, my energy, my well-being, and parts of my life. I have an anxiety disorder and suffer from panic attacks. They grip me and make it hard to breathe, to make sense of my surroundings. Most of the time I am racked with hysterical crying. One attack can lead to… Read More Anxiety is not my friend
5 years ago started one of the worst 36 hours of our life. Back in November My mother in law went in for a hysterectomy, they opened her up and immediately closed her back up removing nothing. They went out and gave the bad news to the family gathered in the waiting room, we were… Read More We survived
Chronic Pain I live with an autoimmune disease, a circulatory disease, and chronic pain. I am learning to not let them define who I am, but it is hard some days. It is hard and it sucks but maybe it is time to figure out how to live my life sick and try to be… Read More Who I Am……..
3.5 dogs Over the last 20 years, we have owned several dogs. Our first dog as a married couple was a beautiful Rottweiler named Cleopatra. We added Bailey, a chocolate lab mix. Next was Joe our Boston Terrier. Then along came the Beabulls (beagle/bulldog mix) Winston Churchill and Westminster Abbey. The 0.5 dog was next,… Read More Have you met Calise?
Welcome to Faith, Flour, & Sawdust. I want to start out by telling you how much we appreciate your willingness to discover more about my blog. Your heart to be open and learn and create makes my job easier as a blogger. That means more to me than you will ever know. I appreciate each and every one of you. Thank You.… Read More Hello My People