Like Daniel: Into the Lion’s den we go!

Have you ever felt like you were going to be eaten by lions? I sure have! Yet, with faith I overcame this fear. You see, I do not have health insurance and for the past four years I have not seen a doctor. For over the last month I had been calling the low-income clinicContinue reading “Like Daniel: Into the Lion’s den we go!”

2020: More Courage, Self-control and Joy-October Edition

October was another month that was filled with ups and downs. I showed Courage more than once. My last Orthodontist appointment was on 11-5-2020, I was really concerned about needing surgery. I am happy to report that the pain is gone, praise Jesus, and that surgery is not needed. Have you ever felt like youContinue reading “2020: More Courage, Self-control and Joy-October Edition”

Kayaking For Disabled People (Guest Post by Michelle Williams)

Kayaking for disabled people may seem like a strange sport, but it can be very beneficial to your health. Kayaking is very good exercise that has little or no impact on the body and you can learn many new skills while enjoying the great outdoors. If you are looking for a new experience, then kayaking,Continue reading “Kayaking For Disabled People (Guest Post by Michelle Williams)”

2020: More Courage, Self-control and Joy-September Edition

September was a remarkably interesting month for me. When it came to courage, I had to rise to the challenge more than once. I had my third orthodontist appointment, and luckily enough my pain from my tooth was improving, so my orthodontist had me continue to wear my retainers full time for four more weeks.Continue reading “2020: More Courage, Self-control and Joy-September Edition”

Surviving Hurricane Sally

On September 16, 2020, Hurricane Sally hit Pensacola, Florida.  Most of the people in the community were not prepared because we were told that we were only going to get the outskirts of the storm.  However, Sally had other plans. The storm carried high winds and lots of rain. Downtown Pensacola and some other areasContinue reading “Surviving Hurricane Sally”

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