To Move or Not To Move

To Move or Not To Move

Changing Our Environment To Aid in Self-Preservation

We’re moving!!

It’s so real now!!! No turning back!


The end of another chapter. 😢


Well, this is it! I have been not been able to discuss this until now. As of 2 days ago we are officially new home owners, and of a ranch home. No more stairs for this amputee!! Laundry on the same level as my bedroom! Woo hoo!  I am not writing a lot here this week as I am currently standing in my new home, no furniture and people working around the house to get it ready for our official move next Tuesday, but I will tell you that moving as an amputee has been on our minds for 2 years (plus the years prior to amputation while I was dealing with multiple knee surgeries) but we just never felt it was the right time. Then out of nowhere, BAM! we found this beautiful home, perfect for all of us. The pieces all fell where they needed to and now a dream has become a reality. I am so blessed with a husband always working so hard and watching out for my needs. Our hope is that this will be the home we can retire in, have family visit, and watch grandbabies (a long ways off😉) grow up and play.

Below are some sneak peeks of the new home.

Also, check out my You Tube channel  

I made a video of my podcast in our new home. Please forgive my lack of editing and the echo as all of my office equipment has been packed-I’m in limbo!


Enjoy and as always:

Be Healthy,

Be Happy,

Be YOU!!!


Much love,


The new kitchen!


Long hallways in ranch homes! I’ll probably make my steps just by going back and forth in here!



My new and improved podcasting and crafting space!! Soooo excited!!



Out backyard is truly a desert oasis!🥰

4 Replies to “To Move or Not To Move”

  1. So happy for you and your husband. You are an inspiration to me as you share your life, challenges, goals with a joyful heart. Looking forward to seeing more to come. May God Bless You in everything !💞

  2. You are blessed I, too, am an amputee and am scared ****less because we have just been told by our landlord that we have to move in two months! In the midst of a pandemic, when the real estate is at a standstill for renters, and our credit won’t allow us to buy even the cheapest place and trying to find something accessible for me as I’m still in a wheelchair. I’m terrified of my husband, my special needs son and myself becoming homeless. I wish I had a place to call my own that I would never again be afraid of having to move out. But, I am so happy for you that you found your forever home and I wish you nothing but happiness.

    1. I am so sorry to hear this for you. Don’t loss hope, something is bound to change for you. Keep thinking positively and keep moving forward. Thank you for your kind words.

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