About Kim

I have experienced many life challenges and learn to live a day at a time. I am thankful to God for helping me through the biggest challenge I ever faced- having chemotherapy for breast cancer. No one could ever tell you what it would be like. Through it all, I learn that relationships and connections to the right people are the most important part of life. I above all  appreciate  my beautiful daughter who has a quality heart! I thank you and your lovely husband for the precious moments we share. I hope through my thoughts and stories,you all will be blessed by reading them and live your life to the full and try and impact those around you. Thank you for sharing this journey with me 🙂

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7 responses to “About Kim

  1. Aw, you are so lovely. You’re the best mum that anyone could ever wish for, and anything good in me has come through the grace of God and all that you’ve invested into my life over the years. I love you so much, and I know that these stories and insights are going to speak to people at their point of need as you write them. They’re beautiful. And so are you xoxo

  2. Hi mama,
    I’ve connected up with a lovely blogger from New Zealand named Janet… her sister is currently going through chemotherapy. I suggested that you might be able to offer some tips on how to minimise the discomfort etc, from your research and personal experience. If you’d like to check out her blog or contact her, it’s: http://ninehundredandseventytwelverecipes.wordpress.com/
    Love you so much xoxo

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  5. Hi Kim, I’ve found your blog through your lovely daughter Laura. I thought it would be nice to say hello!

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