Narcolepsy and the Quad

A couple strengthening each other's weaknesses through God's love and life's lessons.

An Open Letter to Universal Studios in Orlando, Regarding Their Treatment of the Disabled 

It was an emotionally charged four days as we spent time at Universal’s Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios theme park in Orlando. We weren’t expecting for my husband to be able to do much down there. But as we discovered how Universal employees would treat him, it left tears in our eyes.  To give a little background, my husband is quadriplegic of ten years. He is paralyzed from the […]

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The Start on a Vlog

So I’m a little behind, but I guess it’s never too late. Since my husband has graduated with his bachelor’s in psychology, he has way too much time on his hands. Thus, the vlog has begun. Check out and share his introduction to his Youtube channel. He will be posting his testimony, motivational videos, and glimpses into our everyday life. I have even reluctantly agreed to be in one video, […]

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Why nurses ONLY work 3 days a week

It’s been two years since my last post which has been a good thing in my mind. The past two years have been tame and boring hence the reason I haven’t posted. It’s only the stressful, I-want-to-pull-my-hair-out, give-me-a-hard-liquor-drink day that motivates me to write a post to release the monster inside of me. I’ve been mostly working 1-2 days a week while in graduate school. However, while out for summer […]

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Guest Post: The Child’s Side

Hello all! I’ve decided to write a guest post for Hannah’s recent blog on divorce and children. Hannah briefly mentioned me in her blog post as the friend with her own family that still holds resentment toward her mother. As a child of divorce, I decided it would be great to share my story. If I can change one bitter heart or angry parent, then my blog post has been […]

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From a Stepmom’s Perspective

I was raised in home where my parents were married. They still are. I had a couple of friends who’s parents were divorced, one saw her dad every other weekend, and one that saw her dad all the time because her parents got along so well. I would never see how hurt a dad or child could be only seeing each other every other weekend, until I married Devyn. Devyn […]

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