Turn Out the Lights, The Pity Party is Over

If you really know me, you know that I am a very strong-willed, stubborn human being. I had surgery on January 9th and went back to work on January 14. I didn't go because I felt great, I went because I told everyone that I would. I didn't feel worth a darn to be honest,... Continue Reading →

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Every Journey has Bumps and Bruises

I know I'm not the only person who has ever looked to God for his plan, had him show it to them, and then allowed them to pursue that path. This journey has been all about God and His blessing me around every corner. It's because of God that I am here in this moment.... Continue Reading →

Taking the Bad with the Good

Three days out. That's the terminology we use about how far we are from our surgery. My time in the hospital went so well (thanks to all of the prayer support) that I thought I was out of the woods when I came home. That was not the case. Last night was pretty rough, but... Continue Reading →

Power in Prayer

I can't believe that this journey has come full circle. It is only because of God's blessings that it has. I have had so much support and encouragement throughout the past three months. I have been bombarded with calls, texts, and social media messages that have truly pushed me through some of the pain that... Continue Reading →

Here Goes Nothing

I made a lot of changes in 2018. Some were my decision, while others were decided for me. I've considered them to all be blessings nonetheless. My life has become a lot less hectic and I finally have had some time to focus on me. I don't say this brag in any way. I'm really... Continue Reading →

I Praise God for Every Opinion

It is very humbling to have had the support and encouragement from so many throughout this journey. Many folks have sent me texts, emails, and cards just wanting to express their heart felt sentiments for me as I face my gastric bypass surgery tomorrow. I am overwhelmed by the number of people who genuinely care... Continue Reading →

It’s Surgery Eve

On October 19, 2018, I met Dr. Walton and the WeightWise staff for the first time. I was given a check list of things to do before I could be a candidate for surgery. One of those things on the check list was to lose ten percent of my body weight, which was forty-one pounds.... Continue Reading →

A Good Anxiousness

As my surgery date gets closer, I get more anxious. Its not an anxiousness that keeps me awake at night thinking about the surgery itself, but more about how much I might actually change physically. It became even more real when a surgical nurse called me yesterday and finalized the do's and don'ts in preparing... Continue Reading →

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