Welcome to Triumphant Tuesdays: Women Who Triumphing Over the Everyday and the Extraordinary! This series will showcase courageous women willing to share their personal stories. Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom, work-at-home mom, a mom who works outside the home, a caregiver, a CEO, battle an illness or anything else, and all the things in between…you are triumphant over your life. Success comes in all shapes, sizes, and views. If you think your story is ordinary, it’s anything but. We are all extraordinary. This week, Denisha shares her incredible story. Please come back next for the next Triumphant Tuesday and if you’d like to be featured, contact me through my contact page! Now…Denisha’s beautiful words…
As always, you don’t have to share these views to be welcome here. But since we support women here and this is a wonderful resource for women or girls in a time of need, I felt led to share about it, if even one reader needs this. 🙂
I celebrate bravery. Life is tough. We as women…as humans…face challenges and struggles. We need grace in our circumstances, whatever they may be. Every mama needs grace. Every mama needs to be celebrated, to be loved on, listened to, and heard. Every woman needs support, even from strangers…understanding, and hope. At some point or other, we all need help.
Can you believe we’re staring down the end of January already? Weren’t we just watching the ball drop in Time’s Square on television?
I hope 2017 has been good to you so far. It’s been treating us pretty decent. I’m counting on that continuing all year, better than decent.
The Crohn’s disease seems to be in a stupid flare. Chronic illness bites, I can’t even tell you. I’ve been battling this beast since I was 18. Probably even before then. As I look back, I can remember some wicked stomach aches in my earlier childhood and I wonder sometimes…was that Crohn’s then or some precursor to it?