Warrior LifeStyle, Posole, Healing Oils and More Mexican Food

#FoodieFamilyFriday: Posole By MaribelB on Nov 11, 2016 03:42 pm I’m happy to finally share my first recipe post and thought to keep it up and share a recipe or food adventure every Friday using my favorite tag #FoodieFamily + the Friday. After years of sharing food on social media I finally have a blog that is fit for sharing my love for food. Our cooking … Continue reading Warrior LifeStyle, Posole, Healing Oils and More Mexican Food

Blog Life: Birthing A New Word

Hello all there in the blogging world. It’s been a while since I’ve written an actual post on my blog. With every post it can be such a process. It is like a birthing process and lately I’ve felt the labor pains and it’s time to birth a new word. I have had a bad case of writer’s block mixed with a bit of attention issues. I … Continue reading Blog Life: Birthing A New Word

Warriors Not Worriers

Planning for tomorrow is time well spent; worrying about tomorrow is time wasted. Sometimes it’s difficult to tell the difference. Careful planning is thinking ahead about goals, steps, and schedules, and trusting in God’s guidance. When done well, planning can help alleviate worry. Worriers, by contrast, are consumed by fear and find it difficult to trust God. They let their plans interfere with their relationship … Continue reading Warriors Not Worriers

Celebrating Life and Riding The Waves of Grief

Celebrating life and riding the waves of grief pretty much sums up how life has been like lately. I’ve started writing this months ago. However, life has had its way and this post is a hard one but one I must get out and feel once I do it will help me to move forward with my writing endeavors. This is for all that has had … Continue reading Celebrating Life and Riding The Waves of Grief

Assisted Suicide Interview

This blog post is in honor of World Suicide Prevention Day. This topic is similar but definitely different because the situations our different. My friend Nicole Narlock, who’s a nursing graduate, was doing a policy brief on SB128 Assisted Suicide which is up for consideration this 2016 for a school assignment. I’m thankful that she thought my opinion would be a good perspective as I have fought … Continue reading Assisted Suicide Interview

Being a Patient Means Being Patient

This is basically how I felt yesterday after my dialysis treatment. It started as a good morning and even came in ten minutes early. It was the first time in a while that they weren’t ready for me. The only times I’ve waited was because a patient needed medical attention or they had a new patient orientation. We waited 40 minutes before I started my treatment. I let … Continue reading Being a Patient Means Being Patient

Waiting In Long Lines

As I sat in the pharmacy while my hubby waited in line for me. I couldn’t help but think this is how life is for me. It feels like I’m still waiting my turn. I’m constantly waiting… Waiting to heal… Waiting on dialysis… Waiting for an appointment… Waiting to feel better… Waiting for the good days… Waiting for the next miracle… In the meantime I’m … Continue reading Waiting In Long Lines