Monthly Archives: April 2014

Discovering I Have Hypoglycemia

On May 31, 2013, my husband and I were reading about hypoglycemia, and we thought that I had it.  I started exhibiting symptoms at work back in 2007.  I’d eat every four hours or so, but one day I felt extremely weak, heavy, … Continue reading

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Patience in Afflictions

Sunday, May 19, 2013 was a day I was very concerned and very comforted.  I had thought nothing of missing a period in April, but as May was ending, my concern started to grow.  I didn’t have a period in … Continue reading

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Small and Simple Things Make a Big Difference

Journal Entry for Saturday, 4 May 2013: “One of my husband’s friends was baptized this evening.  He has a beautiful testimony that God lives.  He didn’t believe there was a God before.  He shared some simple answers to some prayers … Continue reading

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A Chemical Imbalance Makes for a Conflicted Person

Journal Entry for Wednesday, 17 April 2013: “I was depressed, anxious, and conflicted.  I’d feel happy, then angry.  I was angry with the trials, challenges, and changes happening in my life.  I was undesirably angry with my husband for taking … Continue reading

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The Beginning of Stronger Sabbaths

On Sunday, 14 April 2013, this is what I wrote in my journal. “For the first time since coming off of my [clonazepam], my mind is clear, and I can think quickly after our church meetings are over.  I was … Continue reading

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