What is time? Time according to Google is the indefinite continued progress of existence and events in the past, present, and future regarded as a whole a point of time as measured in hours and minutes past midnight or noon So what is time? And what does time mean to you? I don’t know about… Continue reading Time
As you might have noticed, time had lapsed from posts. And some may have know the reason for the absence of posting. Questions might have come to the minds of a few of you. Well, I thought I might give you a little update into the changes and big adjustments that have taken place in… Continue reading Life in the North
I came across this post I had wrote in 2014 on another site…oh how I remember that day as if it were yesterday. My heart aches for my “little boys” and their mother, who I have not heard from or seen in over 6 years….. The temperature of the day seemed to be 110 degrees… Continue reading A Mother’s Touch
At any moment, the Lord could choose to remove that miracle, that blessing, from our lives…..
Tears flowed, oh so freely! A precious little one was called from our presence last week to walk the streets of glory. No more would we see her smiling face, play peek-a-boo, listen to her giggle, hear the patter of her little feet as she ran. And we all wondered “why.” A little brother… Continue reading Another Flower in the Master’s Bouquet
Nursing process – what is that? Well, it is a concept that is drilled into nursing students from the first day they enter nursing school and is carried through and developed as we finish school and continue on as nurses. It is a concept that is used every single day with every single patient –… Continue reading The Nursing Process – Personal Life Application
The last first day…a phrase that seems to contradict itself. But for me, it means so much! Why – you may ask? Well, for those who may not remember – I am in nursing school! This journey started several years ago – January 2012 to be exact. But how does the last first day apply… Continue reading The Last First Day