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Contact: Daryl Hedding, US Deputy Director, International Christian Embassy Jerusalem, 615-895-9830, daryl.hedding@icejusa.org WASHINGTON, Sept. 4, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ -- On Thursday, Septembe ... discuss

I'm taking a break from working on my third novel (which I'm really excited about) but still want to write so...  hello, new blog post. ;)Two days ago I had an intense dream which I will now shar ... discuss

Today is a special day for me: it's my baptismal anniversary... a.k.a my second birthday. 30 years ago today, my parents and godparents drove to Nuestra Señora Reina de Los Angeles (Our Lady Queen of ... discuss

Before I begin, let me say that the friends mentioned in the first part of this blog post are friends I know in my "real" world, offline.I'm a boring introvert with an odd sense of humor. That's okay. ... discuss

A new report indicates the Planned Parenthood abortion business has spent $517,000 defending itself as a series of undercover investigative videos have exposed its practice of selling aborted babies a ... discuss

By Steven Ertelt A new report indicates the Planned Parenthood abortion business has spent $517,000 defending itself as a series of undercover investigative videos have exposed its practice of selli ... discuss

Picture courtesy of Ashley Ella Design.In about a month I start my first quarter of grad school. My school, JP Catholic, runs on a quarter system which I haven't experienced because I've always been o ... discuss

Lincoln, Neb., Aug 28, 2015 / 06:01 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Nebraska’s three Catholic bishops have asked all people of goodwill to continue to fight the death penalty, after it won a last-minute re ... discuss

Alternate title: Top 5 Things People Say to Me When They Meet Me Offline.Since I've met quite a number of online friends (as well people who've read my blog before officially chatting with me) offline ... discuss

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — An organization campaigning to reinstate Nebraska's death penalty after lawmakers repealed it in May said Wednesday it has collected more than enough signatures to place the iss ... discuss

I know. It's been a while since my last blog post. As I wrote last time, I've been going through a lot of medical issues. I say "a lot" because it seems like it but, in reality, it's not that much in ... discuss

Paul Jernberg In the second installment of my review I have to remind any readers that our employment of Mass of SPN is also mitigated by some omissions of various movements. Paul’s Gospel Accla ... discuss

Contact: John Ritchie, 717-225-7147 ext 229 HANOVER, Penn., Aug. 21, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ -- Ahead of the upcoming Synod on the Family in Rome, dozens of organizations are collecting petitions t ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. - Aug. 19, 2015:Congress is on recess - many in their home districts. To repeat yesterdays call for action: You, the constituents, still have an opportunity to discuss the I ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

Before I begin, let me just apologize profusely for the amount of tweets and updates I've been giving over social media over the past two weeks. I'm really, really sorry but that's how I cope with my ... discuss

Since I've had some pretty heavy blog posts lately I've decided to end this month with a fun post. It's been almost 8 months since I last did a 7 Quick Takes post so why not now?I often joke that musi ... discuss

As many of you who were following my #ERadventures on Twitter know, I had a pretty busy afternoon yesterday. After not being able to secure a doctor appointment with my doctor this week and being told ... discuss

Lately I've noticed that there have been a number of articles about the importance of self-care (Modern Mrs. Darcy's post was the one that really inspired me with its simplicity yet effectiveness)... ... discuss

Last night I felt a pretty intense attack... but unlike any panic attacks I've had. I wasn't shaking. I didn't feel like I couldn't breathe nor was there a heaviness on my chest. I wasn't lightheaded. ... discuss

Image courtesy of Ashley Ella Design.I don't think many people noticed but I was completely M.I.A. on Twitter a couple of days this week. I probably would've gone more days without tweeting except I g ... discuss

First off, I want to say a huge "thank you!" to everyone who prayed for me over the weekend and earlier this week. As I mentioned in my last post, I felt myself going through a metaphorical desert for ... discuss

I sit here tonight thinking about you, I can scarcely believe it has been a decade since you made your entrance into the world, changing it forever. The details of July 14, 2005 run through my mind l ... discuss

I'm walking through the desert again. I'm sure this is surprising to most since I'm pretty good at not showing emotions when there's something going on with me... but I felt the need to share this for ... discuss

Dear Dad,I can't believe you passed away 6 years ago tomorrow. I still think about you often and know that you're looking out for me from wherever you are. I smelled your cologne in my room earlier to ... discuss

One of today's Verily articles (The Five Lies Twentysomethings Need to Stop Believing) got me thinking about something that I have to sometimes explain to others because they don't understand -- livin ... discuss

First: I'd like to wish a very Happy Independence Day to my fellow Americans. Remember that divide we fall, united we stand. Just sayin'. ;)Second: Happy Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati feast day. No, I'm n ... discuss

These will be quick, spoiler-free reviews on a DVD and a couple of books on Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati. If you want more info on them, feel free to ask me; fangirl is always looking for a reason to tal ... discuss

Sometimes, like a comet whizzing through the atmosphere, out of nowhere, and slamming into the earth, grief strikes.  You don't see it coming and it leaves a crater behind.  This week has be ... discuss

Because I have not finished the Pier Giorgio Frassati: Letters to His Friends and Family book yet, I was going to review the Sanctity Within Reach: Pier Giorgio Frassati DVD/EWTN special today. Howeve ... discuss

Do not use without permission.Originally posted July 5, 2013"I'm usually a fast reader. My Brother Pier Giorgio: His Last Days was supposed to be an easy read at only 120 pages. I should've finished i ... discuss

I took this pic. Please do not use without permission.If you don't already know that I'm a massive Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati fangirl, you're definitely new around here. lol. I have written about him a ... discuss

Just a quick "week one progress report" on the new game plan I talked about a week ago.- I've cut back my time on Twitter exponentially. I think I average less than half an hour on non-match days. Lik ... discuss

I don't remember if the idea of writing a Spanish-language blog really stuck while praying the Rosary last night or if it stuck this morning after morning prayers but, after years (yes, years) of ente ... discuss

I know some of y'all have noticed that I haven't been on Twitter much recently and that -- aside from a tweet I sent out yesterday about Twitter notifying me that someone had attempted to (repeatedly) ... discuss

Before we begin, here's the definition gf you're wondering what "throwing shade" means. Urban Dictionary (the dictionary to slang) defines it as "to insult or judge someone discreetly or indirectly." ... discuss

As I got through the rest of the Catechism (took me 2.5 years, on and off, but I finished it!) and reading Too Deep for Words: Rediscovering Lectio Divina by Thelma Hall, I became aware of how poor my ... discuss

I started seeing tweets with the hashtag #WhyRemainCatholic floating around Twitter a couple of days ago and I was immediately intrigued. I finally found the source and thought it was a brilliant idea ... discuss

I've been asked what I did for my golden birthday (30 on the 30th) by a couple of people so -- in order to save time -- I thought I'd blog about it so I can just link everyone to a single place. :)My ... discuss

Progress – Jan. 22 Pro-Life Issue - Ed Mohs’ faith journeyJan. 7, 2009  By John Wolcott A child of rape, Ed Mohs’ strong pro-life stance has been a part of his deepest beliefs s ... discuss

As I wrote in the Warm Weather Bucket List post, one of my wishes is to "give my wardrobe a much needed overhaul... and do it on a budget." This isn't a "style makeover" per se; I just need to upgrade ... discuss

Sunset over the Pacific Ocean as seen from my alma mater.On Saturday I turn 30 years-old... and I cannot wait! So far, I've only known one other person (who turned 30 a couple of months before me) who ... discuss

While I was praying the Pentecost novena a couple of nights ago, I had a very interesting thought pop up.In school or at church, we trust other people to look after our belongings for a minute or two ... discuss

Alex SchadenbergBy Alex SchadenbergInternational Chair - Euthanasia Prevention CoalitionThe Scottish media have reported that the Care Not Killing Alliance presented a petition with 15,300 signatures ... discuss

After writing about my vocation confusion and fear, I got a number of great, supportive messages (some on here, mostly on Twitter and Facebook). The word "brave" was used quite a bit but I don't think ... discuss

For the past two weeks or so I've been thrown into this sort of vocation confusion. It started with yet another person bringing up another round of "you should become a nun" and ended up with my havin ... discuss

As I was reading today's post by one of my favorite bloggers, Clare, I thought about how I should do a warm weather bucket list as well. There is no other season I dislike more than summer. I've mainl ... discuss

I can't believe it's been 3 years since I graduated from my CINO college (which has a university status as of last fall) alma mater. It seems like only yesterday I was nervously walking across the sta ... discuss

For over two decades now, Mother's day has been a difficult day for me.  As a child losing my mom was such a great grief for a small child to bear.  Each year as I've grown the weight of tha ... discuss

This morning, as I was driving my best friend to the nearby airport, she asked me a simple question that I had no answers to: "so, what are you going to do until grad school begins on September 30th?" ... discuss

Hours after the Senate allowed a controversial anti-discrimination law to officially take effect in the nation’s capital, a group of pro-life organizations released a joint statement pledging to co ... discuss

Yesterday marked the one year anniversary of the release of my debut novel, Will and Lina: When Two Worlds Collide, so I decided to put it on sale for 99 cents. This is for the Kindle edition only; th ... discuss

I've said it before but fostering is one of the hardest things ever.  It is definitely a calling.  One of the things people ask us all the time is "are you keeping her?".  The thing is ... discuss

I took this picture earlier today while at Adoration.Have you ever had an intense yet unexplained desire to pray? No particular intentions come to mind nor are you experiencing anything major that is ... discuss

Since D is the Lizzie to my Jane, this gif from The Lizzie Bennet Diaries seemed appropriate. ;)I know some of y'all are curious about what happened when my bestie (D) was visiting (from last Thursday ... discuss

I have a confession to make: I'm a little nervous about my non-denominational Christian bestie's visit because my faith is a huge part of my life and my daily activities. I've spent an hour (or over a ... discuss

So the month long game of chicken on human trafficking legislation has ended and it looks like the GOP and prolife groups won. According to Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, R-Texas, the money has bee ... discuss

Yes, I know... there was a long gap between blog posts but I have good reasons. I've been busy, sick (physically exhausted), and I spent my afternoon-into-evening in the emergency room on Monday so, y ... discuss

David Ford ignoring the evidenceNorthern Ireland's Justice Minister is misleading the Province over public support for abortion. SPUC described as "manipulative and misleading" claims by David Ford, ... discuss

I know I'm notoriously private about my love life (friends like to joke that I'll probably be married before they find out there's even a guy in my life) but I've been inspired to write about romantic ... discuss

Two things happened today: 1) I received the enrollment agreement to JP Catholic (where I'll be working towards my Biblical Theology MA) and2) I found (without looking for them) notes from my CIN ... discuss

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March has been a busy month for our family.  Our little foster daughter turned one,  I had another great check up at the cancer center, we're plugging along with school work, house work, hea ... discuss

Just a quick post to share the good news: I was accepted to John Paul the Great Catholic University's Theology grad program! From now, I'm going to refer to it as JP Catholic because the name is so lo ... discuss

Before anyone gets on my case about not having the statues covered, I would like to say that this is a picture of the roses I got for my book cave on St. Therese's feast day last year. ;)This year, Le ... discuss

In light of this week's horrific story out of Longmont, Colorado, "The mother-to-be who allegedly had her unborn baby ripped from her by a woman she had just met on Craiglist told nurses as she arrive ... discuss

I took this picture of the sculpture of St. Joseph and the child Jesus at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels here in L.A. :)Happy Solemnity of St. Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary. His f ... discuss

Recently I've been re-reading the books that I read as a teenager and a young adult. Yes, I'm still technically a young adult at 29 but I'm talking about my early to mid 20s. If you're following me on ... discuss

The radio silence hasn't been because I've been enjoying the silence (though I have...). No, it was because I hit a serious case of writer's block. I wasn't even working on my new novel. Thankfully I ... discuss

This past week I attempted to finish reading Married Saints and Blesseds Through the Centuries by Ferdinand Holbeck. I say "attempted" because, at the time that I write this, I'm still about 60+ pages ... discuss

Seven years ago today, I sat in a hospital bed, pregnant with my fourth child, a son. The son for which this blog was created, our sweet Happy. I will never forget the doctor coming in to tell me th ... discuss

At a time when more and more people are becoming wary of generically-modified foods in their diet, the United Kingdom is poised to begin creating genetically-modified children with the genetic ma ... discuss

A couple of weeks ago, as I was hauling children and carrying out the mundaneness of life, my husband sent a text message. It read, "What are you passionate about? What makes you want to get up in t ... discuss

It has been a while since I have felt I had anything much to write.  Most days by the time I get a few minutes where I could write, I am so depleted and exhausted that I feel I don't have anythin ... discuss

Subtitle: Don't be Buster Keaton in the gif.I haven't blogged in a couple of days because of a series of unfortunate events (though this is far from a Lemony Snicket book.) From the day of my last blo ... discuss

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IAt my last doctor's appointment (on the 26th), I was told not to exercise because I was underweight. My metabolism is apparently really fast so I burn calories easier than I can put them on. No, don' ... discuss

It started off like any normal day. I got up. I received a call that my godson's surgery went well. I prayed the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary while cooking breakfast. I ate. I ran errands. ... discuss

Yes, it's that time again... and I'm late posting this! Sorry. Y'all know I've been busy so that's my excuse. :DI like to do this every year because I always learn something new... or the saint ends u ... discuss

Merry Christmas, everyone! Remember what we're celebrating today -- the hope, the love, and the joy that we've all been blessed with through the incarnation of our Lord Jesus Christ. It's not about wh ... discuss

This is going to be a quick post because I have a lot of things to do in a short amount of time. Long story short: mom has shingles and I had to take her to urgent care -- and then drive her back when ... discuss

By Dr Kevin Fitzpatrick OBE Director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition International.Spokesperson/Convener of the Not Dead Yet UK Campaign.  Kevin FitzpatrickBelgium’s leading euthanasia p ... discuss

There seem to be two camps when it comes to other people's opinion of those of us who foster children. Either they are fully supportive and paint you as a saint lavishing you with the praise you know ... discuss

It has been almost 28 years since I've called anyone "mom". It was a title I held so dear that I never ever could have uttered that word to anyone but the woman who gave birth to me. I was hostile an ... discuss

1. Cashtration (n. ) : The act of buying a house, which renders the subject financially impotent for an indefinite period of time.2. Ignoranus : A person who's both stupid and an asshole.3. Intaxica ... discuss

Here we are, just 7 days into the new year, and I'm 5 days into my new lifestyle diet.  I'm doing the hCG diet again, with which I had great success last time.  The reason I stopped before m ... discuss

I am nothing, if not a Pro-Life mama.  I will stand up and cry foul in the face of abortion every time.  But I simply did not realize how insidious the abortion proponents are!A Girl Scoutin ... discuss

By now, I'm sure you have heard that the Susan G. Komen foundation has severed it's ties with the nation's abortion giant, Planned Parenthood.  While I wish I could be snarky and write a mean epi ... discuss

I've been reading this book avidly now for a while.  It's not my usual "racing speed" that compels me to finish a book in just days.  I'm taking my time, thinking through each page, each sen ... discuss

I got this from my dad today.1. Put both lids of the toilet up and add 1/8 cup of pet shampoo to the water in the bowl. 2. Pick up the cat and soothe him while you carry him towards the bathroom. 3. ... discuss

{this moment}. . . . . . . .{this moment} - A Friday ritual. A single photo - no words - capturing a moment from the week.A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause ... discuss

I'm having one of those days days when I wish my kids weren't around.  Homeschooling, while a blessing, is quite often a trial for me, too.  I miss the days when the kids went off to school ... discuss

I am doing my best to raise my children as God intended me to in this vocation.  And I'm often at a loss, especially for the older kids, for a punishment to match the "crime".  It's easy to ... discuss

I read a favorite blog of mine recently, Raising Arrows, and found out that after a recent miscarriage, Amy was expecting again!  I am so very happy for her.  And since she is due in January ... discuss

I'm linking up today for My Pregnancy Journal at My Joy-filled Life.  If you are a pregnant blogger, please visit and join us! Before I formed you in the womb I knew you,before you were born I se ... discuss

Have you ever had the stomach flu?  You feel like you are emptying out from both ends (sometimes simultaneously) and just wish wish wish it would stop.  Now, imagine that this happens to eve ... discuss

No, no.  Nothing is wrong here.  I took a short break from my (erratic) blogging to run back and forth, 250 miles each way, a few times these past three weeks.  My oldest two baby girls ... discuss

It's week 23 of pregnancy and my baby is the size of a large grapefruit.She's moving so much and I've felt some hiccoughs lately, too.  In the last two weeks I've also felt the first of the notic ... discuss

Traditional Anniversary GiftsHubbers and I are celebrating 16 years of marriage in just a day or two.  I was reading a book about "traditional" gifts for XX number of years of marriage and after ... discuss

Over the weekend I was given a large bag full of green tomatillos! (Squee!!)  We love tomatillos but usually have to resort to the grocery store variety.  Luckily for us, the recent hard fre ... discuss

I've seen those pictures of pregnant women painting their big bellies to look like basketballs or pumpkins or what-have-you, but that's just not me.  I find it mildly repulsive.  I find it i ... discuss

Only a few more weeks till Baby. Meantime, Happy Thanksgiving. ... discuss

Westword commentator J. David McSwane wrote a humor piece meant to mock the Personhood movement. I had to throw in my comments, which are below his comments and the link to his article.It's interesti ... discuss

by Ed Hanks Time was, you couldn't get elected as a Republican in Colorado if you didn't have the "three exceptions." Candidates would be coached to say, "I'm opposed to abortion except in cases of ra ... discuss

I have been spending quite a lot of time looking at nutrition recently and I thought it would be interesting to record and analyse what I eat each day to see how well I am actually doing rather than j ... discuss

(Yesterday's post has now been updated.)Today we were visiting my Auntie for most of the day so I only had breakfast and dinner at home. I had:BreakfastBaked porridge (oatmeal)Orange juiceTeaMid morn ... discuss

Today I discovered a slight glitch with the nutritional software. It seems that when I use single serving sizes to create my "menu" in the software, those nutrients which are displayed only to one si ... discuss

BreakfastBaked PorridgeOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchFruit loaf with Clementine Spread30g dark chocolateOrange juiceKombuchaDinnerPorkPeas and carrotsMashed potatoPeach yoghurtButtered fruit loafOrange ... discuss

BreakfastEgg on toastOrange juiceTeaLunchBreadCamembertOlivesFruit loaf with marmaladeFruit, nut and chocolate mixOrange juiceKombuchaDinnerPork chopButtered boiled potatoesPeas and carrotsOrange juic ... discuss

BreakfastSourdough soaked pancakes. Normally these would be buttermilk soaked but we were out of buttermilk (and plain yoghurt which would be my alternative) so I soaked the mixture overnight with re ... discuss

BreakfastApple and Sultana PorridgeOrange JuiceTeaKombuchaLunchEgg on ToastFruit, Nut and Chocolate MixOrange JuiceDinnerLamb HotpotBanana loafOrange juiceKombuchaTeaNutritional Analysis ... discuss

Edit: I eventually remembered I'd had a packet of crisps my husband gave me in the evening so I've added it in and now the nutritional information looks a bit more normal.We were meant to have spicy p ... discuss

Today I'm posting before the end of the day although after dinner so some detail may change. (I have now added 30g chocolate into the nutritional analysis.)Breakfast Apple and Sultan ... discuss

BreakfastBaked Porridge served with yoghurtOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunch Almond butter and banana sandwichOrange juiceMid Afternoon snackFruit, nut ... discuss

BreakfastBaked porridge served with yoghurtOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchChicken sandwichOrange juiceDinnerSpinach and Bean curry served with riceOrange juiceKombuchaEvening SnacksFruit nut and chocolat ... discuss

I haven't gotten as far as doing my post of yesterday's food yet but I wanted to just mention that I now have a recipe blog. Anything in my food diary which I have posted a recipe for will be linked. ... discuss

Since two of my meals on Saturday and one meal on Sunday were provided by other people, I can't really enter them into the software for nutritional analysis so instead I am posting details of all six ... discuss

BreakfastToasted sourdough fruit loaf with home made low sugar marmaladeTeaOrange juiceKombuchaLunch Tinned Sardines in Tomato Sauce on sourdough toastOrange juice30g Chocolate ... discuss

I've got rather behind on these for various reasons so I'm just going to post what I ate and the nutritional information and then put any comments on the Day Twenty One when I do the weekly average.Br ... discuss

BreakfastBaked PorridgeOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchPate on sourdough toastLacto-fermented cucumberBanana loafOrange juiceSnackFruit/Nut/Chocolate mix without the hazelnutsDinnerSlow cooker roast chick ... discuss

This is where the quality of my food goes downhill because my husband took time off work and we were on "holiday" at home. As before italics indicate food not made at home.BreakfastBaked porridgeOran ... discuss

BreakfastApple and Sultana PorridgeOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchToasted sourdough fruit loaf with marmalade (I wasn't very hungry which isn't surprising considering my calorie intake the previous day w ... discuss

Whilst I find the whole concept of using an internet poll to decide whether to have an abortion abhorrent, I feel I must urge everyone possible to vote for this baby to live:http://www.birthornot.com/ ... discuss

In case anyone is wondering what happened to me, due to hyperemesis gravidarum I am unlikely to be posting between now and August. ... discuss

It's been a long time since I last posted on this blog and I don't know how many people still read here but I thought it was about time I updated so that people aren't left wondering what happened to ... discuss

DAY NINELord, have mercy on us.Christ, have mercy on us.Lord, have mercy on us. Christ hear us.Christ, graciously hear us.God the Father of heaven,Have mercy on us.God the Son, Redeemer of the world,H ... discuss

I never imagined ringing in my 36th birthday by walking into my girls' room at midnight to kiss them good night only to have the putrid stench of crap hit me in the face like an anvil. I turned on th ... discuss

The scandal over the subpoenas issued to several Houston-area Christian pastors continues, even after the city refiled legal documents, removing the word “sermons” from the demand. They ha ... discuss

First, happy feast of St. Teresa of Avila. As a writer, she's an inspiration. As a student, her feast day will always be tied to the day I was officially accepted to Utah State University for the prog ... discuss

You've probably seen it happen. A woman in her 30s navigates a grocery cart full of children, some trailing behind through the grocery store. She has the signature plastic folder full of WIC checks, ... discuss

Isn't my custom made rosary pretty?No, I'm not breaking up with the Rosary, I'm simply breaking it up to fit my crazy busy schedule. Wait, I'm not starting this blog post the way I wanted...Hi! W ... discuss

Foster parenting can be a lonely business. It is tough to go out into the world and join playdates and homeschool co ops with families who just don't get it. Many try and many are willing to jump in ... discuss

After an evening of hourly wakings from a baby girl who just can't seem to adjust to the back and forth schedule between her parents and her foster parents, at 5:41 am I am awakened to "MOOOOOOOOOOOMM ... discuss

Many of us go into this adoption thing knowing adoption is hard, but the extent to that difficulty is often not grasped. It wasn't for me. I knew that both of our adopted kiddos had suffered trauma, ... discuss

As most of you know, when I was nine I lost my mom to suicide. All of this discussion about Robin Williams has me kind of sad and frustrated with where we are with mental illness in this world. My h ... discuss

Thursday I went to the cancer center for my six month check up. Because childcare is tough to find for six kids, one of whom is a foster (oh, yeah, that's why I haven't had time for blogging...I am m ... discuss

Rome, Italy, Aug 2, 2014 / 04:02 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The removal one of Poland's top doctors as director of Holy Family hospital in Warsaw for refusing to perform an abortion has drawn widespread cri ... discuss

I know, I know. It's been a couple of week since I've written one of these WILW posts but most of my Wednesdays have been occupied with studying for exams so I haven't had the chance to write. Since t ... discuss

Dear Dad,I can't believe you've been gone exactly 5 years today. It seems like just yesterday that I was sneaking into the hospital to see you. I haven't forgotten what you looked like, even without t ... discuss

I'm pretty sure y'all know by now who this man isSweet hubbyHe's an awesome husband.A great father to many:And a child of God who gently guides and leads his children down that narrow path, daily.He's ... discuss

Do you remember the lyrics to that old hymn, "When we all get to Heaven?"Those words are flowing through my mind and I am singing them loud and proud.  ♪ ♫ "What a day of rejoicing it will be ... discuss

I remember my year in 5th grade quite well. Mr. Whitley was my teacher. He was one of three male teachers in the school, but the only African-American. I remember he was pretty darn ‘fly’ with ... discuss

I turned on the news before making breakfast yesterday morning. Making headlines were stories of missing children, attempted abductions and a one year old girl locally who was taken to the emergency ... discuss

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     I had been thinking for quite some time to create a pro-life group at my school. I got even more inspired at the Youth Rally for Life and I decided that I was going to make one. Ho ... discuss

Two years ago today, I boarded an airplane and flew across the country to meet my son. It was a day and an experience I'll never forget. The months leading up to the adoption were fast, furious and ... discuss

She entered our world in September of 2012 at just three weeks old.  Our lives have never been the same....and we are SO grateful.  In a crazy twist, we received our adoption decree in the m ... discuss

So, today was my first appointment with my new dermatologist. I need to be followed every three months by my oncologist and a dermatologist to check for new melanomas. I arrive at the office and fil ... discuss

Monday I had to head to the OBGYN for my annual exam and to discuss what testing he suggested in light of the recent melanoma diagnosis. It went well....aside from the fact that he came in and said, ... discuss

I just wanted to take a minute and thank you ALL for your prayers for our foster girl and for our family. Court was long and exhausting on Friday and the judge did not rule yet. We should hear by th ... discuss

Well it's been one of those days here at our home. Daylight Savings Time is a cruel joke and we've all been struggling to find our normal. The babies have been fighting a cold and I am still recover ... discuss

Today was day two of the William Costello trial one year & three quarters after he assaulted Everett Stadig who was gathering Personhood signatures a a Stapleton King Soopers.The assault, which broke ... discuss

Yesterday we drove through a snowstorm an hour and a half to the cancer center where I was to have my follow up appointment and consultation with an oncologist. We got there late and I was already fr ... discuss

I am 35 years old. I lost my mother to suicide when I was nine. Lost two of my children before I was 30. Now, I face a battle against a beast called melanoma. Sometimes I look at my life and I thi ... discuss

Well, as much as many of you would like to think that I've turned into a tree-hugging, whale-saving, environmentalist, that's not the 'green' I'm talking about.  When, I say, "We're Going, Green! ... discuss

Six years ago today I was sitting in a hospital bed with stitches, aching as I held and said good bye to my fourth born son. February 22, 2008 was one of the most remarkable days of my life. The los ... discuss

I'm sure bankers on Wall Street, CEO's of huge multi-billion dollar corporations and even neuro-brain surgeons all have very tough jobs. I'm sure they worry and pace, and hopefully probably even pray ... discuss

Yesterday morning we arrived at the hospital at 8:00. I got my bracelet, did some paperwork and at about 8:30 I was called back for the lymph node mapping. The doctor and nurse were so great. The n ... discuss

Tomorrow morning we'll get up before dawn, take our sweet foster girl to a respite home (of dear friends), pick up my dad, and head to Cleveland for my surgery. First I will have blue radioactive dye ... discuss

I apologize for my lengthy absence here at the blog. We actually had a few month period of pretty normal life. :) In the past few months we enjoyed the holidays with family, celebrated Jacob's seco ... discuss

Interestingly, even I was kind of of the thought that skin cancer was just something that you had cut out and then you moved on and never really had to deal with it again. Unfortunately this couldn't ... discuss

"Tell me again, Mama!"Those four words are not uncommon around our household.  We've been hearing them for a few years now.Apparently, there's been much talk lately, as there has been in the past ... discuss

What a beautiful day out in the country! For those of you that haven't been keeping up, we left the city life we led in Florida, and now live out in the country....in a whole other state!  A sta ... discuss

On the eve of the anniversary of America's January 22 commemoration of 55 million children slain by their cruel parents and given no funeral, no name, no grave, no chance ~ we learn that Colorado will ... discuss

Popular norm to be presented in Parliament gains support and signatures. It places constraints on unions between Buddhist women and men of other religions, which must have approval. Added to this the ... discuss

"For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. My frame was no ... discuss

Supporters of a medical marijuana constitutional amendment in Florida say they have collected enough voter signatures to put their proposal on the November ballot, joining a growing list of states rev ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

DAVID ALTON INTERVIEWRobert:            So we are here this morning with David Alton. Who, for 18 years, was a member of the House of Commons. Today h ... discuss

As I sit in a world filled with political correctness, and with people trying to be tolerant and accepting of everyone and everything, I've been thinking about how radical Jesus is and was. Jesus alw ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

During debate over the Abortion Insurance Opt-Out Act, abortion advocates threatened to organize a petition drive and gather enough signatures to put the legislation on the ballot in November.  T ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

"We're pleased that the sampling of signatures conducted thus far has triggered a full count of every signature and we believe this full check will show we have enough signatures to qualify the refere ... discuss

Organizers of a Florida campaign for medical use of marijuana say they expect to submit enough voter signatures this week to get the issue on ballots in time for the November election, adding further ... discuss

WorldNetDaily: “Every Californian regardless of ideology should be encouraged by this ruling that strongly supports the fundamental right to have referendum signatures counted when they are delivere ... discuss

Yesterday, we highlighted the following criticism of the Margaret Sanger Wikipedia page:Hell, this whole article is a glowing review of Margaret:Many who are opposed to the legalization of aborti ... discuss

It's that time of the year again; the time when my indecisiveness is most obvious and I need your help to pick me pick this blog's patron saint for the following year. I had no idea how much bigger Ma ... discuss

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com. ProWomanProLif ... discuss

The title for this blog post will make sense at the end. Just wait it out and see. ;)This year I decided that I was okay with not having a "traditional" Advent for a number of reasons. See, what I con ... discuss

In a flailing attempt to kept abortion as a standard part of tax-subsidized insurance plans in Michigan, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan President Lori Lamerand has a Huffington Post editoria ... discuss

Yesterday the people of Croatia voted in a referendum on the question: “Do you support the introduction of a provision into the constitution of the Republic of Croatia that defines marriage as a lif ... discuss

I was sent Pope Francis' \"The light of faith\" (Lumen Fidei) Ignatius Press, 2013, this summer to review. I pick it up occasionally and think, I really need to get into this. But I've found it not te ... discuss

Sorry for the lack of updates but there aren't enough hours in the day to write; I'm even behind on NaNoWriMo.And before, I go on, let me just say that I am offering up my stresses and unpleasantries ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

Pro Life Campaign- National Conference 2013 Energised, focused and organised, the Pro-Life Campaign’s 2013 National Conference in the RDS celebrated the groundswell of public support and moment ... discuss

Albuquerque is in the midst of an election campaign to ban abortions at 20 weeks in the city.  The election on November 19th is the result of a petition drive that lasted a little over two weeks ... discuss




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