Monday, December 30, 2013

The Best of 2013

It seems like only yesterday that I was writing this post describing 2012, now I'm reviewing 2013.

365 days - It can both seem like forever & can seem like mere moments. Some of those moments can bring a smile to your face, some can make you cringe just thinking about them, & some can change your life forever.

I hope that more moments in 2013 made you smile than cry. I hope that not only has your life been changed for the better, but that you have had a part in changing someone else's life as well.

Join me in reminiscing on a few favorites from the past year. If you have one that stands out, please let me know!

As you can see, I had a hard time narrowing it down this year!

I thank God for a happy 2013 & I look forward to an even better 2014!

Monday, December 23, 2013

Friday, December 20, 2013

One Last Christmas

I heard the most amazing song this morning. It spokes volumes to me and broke my heart at the same time. 

We need to remember what Christmas is truly about. It's not about the lights, the gifts, the food, or the engagements. It's not about a fat man in a red suit, or flying reindeer, or even elves that create fun & mischief throughout your house. There is nothing wrong with any of those things & for many (my family included), they add fun & memories for years to come.

We get caught up in the hustle & bustle. We fall victim to looking for the "perfect" present. Some even actively try to "out do" others.

Christmas is about the birth of a tiny baby who changed the world more than ANYONE ever could have imagined! Christmas is about love & kindness. Christmas is about being with family & friends even when its not convenient.

Christmas is supposed to be a joyous time, but so many people struggle through depression, anger, & grief every year when the holidays roll around.

While this story is heart wrenching, unfortunately, it's not the only one like it. Whether its a child, a sibling, a parent, or a friend, far too many people will experience Christmas for the last time this year. 

What if this was your last Christmas? Take the time to let others know you LOVE them! Don't just say it! SHOW IT!

Most importantly, make sure that you KNOW that you KNOW that you KNOW where you will spend eternity! Make sure that your family knows as well! 

I can't think of a better CHRISTmas present than to receive CHRIST & share HIM with those around you!

Elf on the Shelf ~ Milk & Cookies

Twinkle obviously doesn't like the cookie part. She only ate the strawberry filling. The milk even turned pink from dunking. But, Twinkle, that is Santa's plate!

Monday, December 16, 2013

Sunday, December 15, 2013

The Master Makes All The Difference

Unfortunately I stayed home from church this morning with a killer headache. I had one all day yesterday & no matter what I took, nothing phased it. So I curled up on the bed & went back to sleep.

As I was starting to wake up, I could vaguely hear someone talking on TV. They were talking about a commercial that was aired several years ago. I forgot all about it, but it was one that I remember vividly & loved.

The little boy wonders backstage and before his parents realize where he went, they hear a simple song on the piano. As his parents try to figure out what to do, the concert pianist steps onto stage. Instead of fussing at the boy or shooing him away, the master sits down with him and encourages him to continue playing as he performs a beautiful complex number in perfect tune & harmony.

This commercial is simply saying that we all need encouragement. But this person on TV took it a step further. He talked about how we could all go about our day, doing the best we could & it might turn out ok. BUT when the Master stepped in, everything changed! The Master can take whatever we do, no matter how simple, & transform it into something incredible.

Now I don't put much faith into TV evangelism & I will NOT mention names, but this small piece of the message really struck a cord with me.

My life is simple, many times strange, & all too often a blundering mess. But when the Master steps in, He changes it into something beautiful, into something He can use!

It's amazing what a difference the Master can make!

Watch how the Master can transform the ordinary into the extraordinary!

Elf on the Shelf ~ YUM

Hey, the more brownies she eats, the less temptation for me!

Friday, December 13, 2013

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Elf on the Shelf ~ Little Thief

Twinkle, that was the kid's candy from the parade & their presents from the fire department Christmas party!

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Elf on the Shelf ~ A New Star

I had to buy a new tree topper this year. The angel we have had for 14 years finally topped her last tree. The kids wanted a star this time. Thankfully they didn't fuss because Twinkle put it on the tree.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Elf on the Shelf ~ Mistletoe AGAIN???

I came in on a mistletoe ball..... I think Twinkle has been watching too many Miley Cyrus videos! Thank goodness she left her clothes on!

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Five (or 6) Cheese Jumbo Shells

Supper was awesome last night! And believe it or not, I followed a recipe, well, almost. LOL The only thing lacking was a salad & garlic bread, but hey, I was running short on time!

This fed my family of 5, plus had plenty left over for lunch. I may cut the recipe in half next time.

Box of uncooked Jumbo Pasta Shells
1 Tbsp Olive Oil (no, I didn't measure, but some people do)
1 medium Zucchini, shredded (I freeze mine in the summer time to add to recipes later)
1 can of Mushrooms or 1/2 cup of fresh, chopped Mushrooms
1 medium Onion, finely chopped
2 cups reduced fat Ricotta Cheese
2 cups shredded Italian Blend Cheese (includes Provolone, Asagio, Romano, Parmesan, & Mozzarella)
1 Egg
1 tsp Italian Seasoning (I like Tastefully Simple Dried Tomato & Garlic Pesto Mix)
1/2 tsp crushed Red Pepper Flakes
1 jar of Spaghetti Sauce
1/4 cup grated Parmesan Cheese)

  • Preheat oven to 350. 
  • Cook shells to al dente. Drain & cool.
  • In a large skillet, heat oil over medium high heat. Add vegetables. Cook until tender. Remove from heat. 
  • Combine cheese, egg, seasons, & veggies in a medium bowl.
  • Pour 1 cup of spaghetti sauce in bottom of a baking dish coated with nonstick cooking spray.
  • Fill slightly cooled shells with cheese mixture. Place randomly in baking dish.
  • Top with remaining spaghetti sauce.
  • Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.
  • Bake 30 minutes.
Don't forget the bread!

Monday, November 11, 2013

The Fall of an American Hero

It hit me a little harder yesterday. The history. The battles. The joy. The pain. The sadness. The life.

Papa Roscoe's 90th Birthday 9-9-12

As I walked down the hall, I tried to smile. I tried to offer encouragement to those around me. I tried not to think about how bleak it all looked.

When I got to the door, I stopped short. I appreciated the flag placed outside the door next to his name, but it made me sad. The colorful cards, the thank you's written in that bright playful sloppy hand writing that can only belong to a child, did little to lighten up the room.

Logan's 2nd Birthday Party 6-13

When I entered the room, those light blue eyes that have seen so many things in the past 91 years, brightened up just a little bit. The laugh lines etched in his weathered face deepened from the surprise visit of his oldest grandbaby and youngest great-grandbaby.

Logan's 2nd Birthday Party 6-13

It was hard on me to see my once strong, independent grandfather sitting in that wheel chair in his private room at the nursing home. Its hard to hold onto those hands that have been calloused over time and again from mending fencing and working in the garden. Its hard hearing that rough voice that for more years than I can count, called to cows every evening at feeding time. Its hard knowing that this man is the one & the same who once stormed the beaches of Normandy during World War II 69 years ago.

Christmas 1989

After a recent urinary tract infection and short stay in the hospital, Papa needs therapy to build his strength back up. I'm not sure how long he will be there, but I can't help but wonder if this will become his permanent home. This was the same nursing home where my grandmother spent some of her last days 11 years ago. You can see that those memories are still haunting him.

50th Wedding Anniversary 1996

Unfortunately, I had to leave all too soon. I leaned down, hugged his neck, & told him I loved him. His response, as always was "yeah". I don't think I have ever heard him tell anyone he loved them, but we all know he does.

I managed to make it out of his room before the tears started falling.

Today, November 11, 2013 is Veteran's Day. I am thankful for both of my grandfathers, my uncle, my daddy, & countless others who have served, fought, & died to provide a better place for me, my children, & one day, my children's children. I am thankful today & everyday for those who so bravely stood up for a cause they were willing to die for.

But I'm a Preacher's Wive

I recently had a run in with someone who had some pretty nasty things to say about me. It's not the first time someone has talked about me & I'm sure it won't be the last time.

I normally don't pay much attention to what people say or think about me. Most of the time, there isn't a whole lot of truth to their ramblings anyway.

But this girl really bothered me. Sad part is, I don't really know her & she sure doesn't know me, so why should it even matter.

This person attacked my faith, that's why. She told me I was a poor excuse for a preacher's wife. She told me that my husband was leading people to Hell if he was anything like me. She had plenty of negative things to say about my life.

I know that she was just lashing out. And I am certainly not the first to be the recipient of her anger. I'm not sure if it was jealousy or just pure meanness. It doesn't really matter. What does matter is that I know the truth, God knows the truth, & my loved ones know the truth.

In light of that recent confrontation, I would like to help you understand a preacher's family a little bit more.

My husband has been called of God to preach the holy word. He has been called to lead a congregation of followers. 

That doesn't make him perfect. That doesn't mean he never makes mistakes. That doesn't give him permission to whip anyone while he stands holier than thou.

That does mean he deserves respect. It does mean that he has to examine his own life before he preaches a message to help clean up someone else's. It does mean that his life isn't nearly as private as yours might be.

It also means that sometimes he has to tell you things he doesn't feel comfortable saying when he finds out your private sins. It also means that sometimes he spends more time away from his family than with it. It means that his heart is always burdened down over your needs even when he has his own problems to worry about. 

Being a preacher's wife doesn't mean that I wear dresses all the time. It doesn't mean that my life is always sunshine and rainbows. It doesn't mean that my house is spotless.

It doesn't mean that I am perfect. It doesn't mean I believe I am better than you. 

It does mean that I reverence my husband & God's house. It does mean that I try to teach my kids about God. It does mean that you are welcome at our house even with all of its clutter & sticky floors.

It does mean that I mess up daily. It does mean that I still sin. It means I lose my temper just like you do, but most of the time, nobody sees when you get aggravated.

It also means that if I act a little stand offish, it's not because I don't like you. It's because I'm scared of getting close to someone who could turn on me & my family in a heartbeat. It means that even though I am praying for you, I need you to pray for me as well.

Being a preacher's kid isn't the easiest job either. Again, it doesn't mean they are perfect. It doesn't mean they love going to church all the time. It doesn't mean they always choose God.

Being a preacher's kid means they are still a kid. It means they WILL mess up because we are all still human. We are all still growing & learning.

Being a preacher's kid also means that more likely than not, they will rebel from what they have been taught all of their lives. It means they have to learn on their own the lessons we are trying to teach them. It also means that people are much quicker to point out their faults & failures even though their children are doing the very same thing.

So you see, being a part of a preacher's family doesn't make us any better than you, but being a Christian does make us forgiven. Being in a preacher's family doesn't mean that we mess up more or less than your family does. It means that more people are watching our lives and looking for those mistakes.

Being part of a preacher's family really doesn't make us any more or less special, any more or less different, any more or less dysfunctional, any more or less stressed than your family. Being a part of a preacher's family just means we are who God designed us to be.

Now that you know we aren't that different, take a few minutes to pray for our family & for your own preacher's family the next time you feel we don't meet your expectations. Remember God isn't done with us yet!

Friday, November 1, 2013

Is the Ball Broken Yet?

In a frantic realization today, I realized that today is November 1st. That means that Halloween is over.

Not a big deal you say. Humph, maybe not to you but it is to me. The WHOLE month of October is over. One of my favorite holidays is over.

Still not a big deal? Sure, but I realized this morning that I didn't get ONE. SINGLE. PICTURE. of my kiddos in FULL costume!! Yes, I snapped a couple with Makenzie fully done up, Logan partially dressed, & Austin without his gear entirely! And the only reason I got those was because we went to see my grandpa in the hospital and I wanted a picture of him with the kids. I guess we will have to get dressed up again just for a photo op, especially since Austin informed me this was probably his last year trick or treating in costume. *sigh*

I also realized yesterday that the WHOLE month has passed and we haven't watched NOT. ONE. SINGLE. HORROR MOVIE. Not a Freddy, not a Jason, not a Michael. The kids haven't watched anything remotely scary, spooky, or suspenseful. We haven't even watched Halloweentown this year!!! And we ALWAYS watch that!

Ok, so NOW do you see my dilemma? No? Hold on .....

Haunted houses have been a part of my life since I was 12 (maybe younger than that). I still love going! We started taking Austin 2 years ago. Yep, you guessed it. We didn't make it to one of them this year either!

Next on my list of failures for this Halloween season .....

Guess what is STILL sitting on my front porch? Pumpkins, not jack-o-lanterns. PUMPKINS!! We haven't had TIME to carve them!! Hmmm, maybe I can start a trend of Thanksgiving themed jack-o-lanterns!

Oh, and that's not all (but these goofs have nothing to do with Halloween).

On my daughter's 3rd day of public school, I had to dig a pair of jeans out of the dirty clothes for her to wear because there weren't any clean. Hey, I wore my jeans at least a dozen times in college before washing them! One wearing doesn't even get them good & comfy yet.

We have officially ate out more than we have ate at home for the past two months! BLAH! I'm so sick of hamburgers!

I completely FORGOT about Austin's teacher conference the other day! I was waiting for a "confirmation" on a time. Well, I guess in middle school, that no longer applies!

I looked at Justin this morning as I laughed and wondered out loud just how many more times can I drop the ball before it breaks into a million pieces.

But it didn't end there!

Austin missed out on free time at school today because I "forgot" to sign some paper that he swears he told me about. Ummm, I really think the ball was in his court this time! I don't remember any paper.

And just a few minutes ago, Austin called me to figure out just where I was. "Uh, on my way to get you." He informed me I was late. WHAT??? But I thought the dance was over at 9:30. Then I obviously tried to pick him up at the wrong door. I guess it didn't make enough sense to pick him up in the same place I dropped him off at, huh.

Oh well, such is life.

I'll get it together one day, just don't hold your breath waiting for it.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Tales of a Homeschool Nothing ~ If Just One More Soul

I continue to be amazed by God's goodness, grace, love, & mercy.

God chose to allow us to travel DEEP into a valley in order to get us where we needed to be to trust Him fully. Through that, we were able to start our homeschool journey. I don't know that we would have stepped out on faith enough to travel that road any other way.

You have been faithful in keeping up with us through that journey. You have been supportive through the highs & lows. Some of you have laughed & cried right along with me as I shared the insanity of our daily life. Some of you know us almost better than we know ourselves.

Even if my post from yesterday took most of you by surprise, some of you weren't surprised at all when Austin returned to public school. I fully believe that God has a plan for EVERYTHING.

I told you last month about discovering God's need for Austin in middle school.

It didn't take me nearly as long to understand how God would use Makenzie to touch someone else's life.

I received a message this morning from someone I consider a friend even though we barely know each other. She saw my post about Makenzie returning to school & chose to read yesterday's post. She immediately felt led to contact me. She has been having problems with something that she loves but just doesn't seem to be working out. She was looking for a little advice.

The only thing I could really tell her was to seek God's will. She then asked how she would know God's will. The best way I can describe it is feeling peace even in all of the uncertainty. I felt the overwhelming desire to ask about her salvation.

THAT is SO NOT me. I can talk to people ALL day about my faith & just how big my God is, but I tend to get shy when it comes to down right asking people if they are saved.

She thought she was, but just didn't know anymore. God opened up Heaven & let the words flow for me to witness & explain salvation to her. I honestly cried just as much as I typed (YES, God CAN use Facebook!).

She said she wanted to KNOW for sure she was saved so she was going to pray! I promised her I would be praying too.

As I kneeled in my bedroom floor with tears flowing, I KNEW that I was reaching Heaven on behalf of my friend! I KNEW when that peace came over me that everything was alright! I KNEW then & there WHY & I thanked God for using Makenzie, for using me, & for allowing us to be apart of something so beautiful only God Himself truly understands it!

When I spoke with my friend later on, she was overjoyed with the assurance of knowing WHO held her future!

If for no other reason what so ever, it was worth my baby girl returning to public school so this one soul could be saved!!!

I can't help but be amazed at how BIG MY GOD IS!!!

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Tales of a Homeschool Nothing ~ When God Has Another Plan

Have you ever tried & tried to do something, only to continually have it fall apart? Have you ever wanted something with all your heart only to realize that it wasn't going to happen? Have you ever thought you had it all figured out only to know that nothing was quiet what you thought it was?

I have been struggling for awhile now. I have been trying to figure it out. I have been trying to find God's will. I have been trying to understand the reason, the timing, & the direction. I have been weighing the possibilities. I have been praying for guidance.

Even though I still question, even though I am still anxious, even though I still wonder, I feel peace through the uncertainty.

I don't feel like I have given up. I don't feel like I have lost a battle. I don't feel like a failure. I understand that God's will is different from mine. I understand that this chapter in my life has come to an end.

I also understand that God is trying to lead me in a new direction. I also understand that God only wants the best for me. I also understand that only God knows the future.

Tomorrow, Grace of God Christian Academy will be taking a hiatus. I have no clue how long our homeschool will be closed. I don't know if this is a permanent thing or if its just for a little while. Tomorrow, my sweet Makenzie will attend public school for the very first time.

I should have seen it coming. I should have known this was the direction that we were heading. Every single time I tried to plan, every single time I thought about school, every single time anything was mentioned, my stomach would knot & I would silently scream NO.

I thought I understood the resistance once we realized that Austin was going back to middle school. But, the thoughts, the feelings never let up.

My heart hasn't been in it at all. I haven't wanted to do anything school related. I haven't enjoyed anything this year.

Its not a burn out thing. Its not a frustration thing. Its not a need a break thing.

I really believe that God has been leading us in this direction.

Why He only gave me a little over 3 years to teach my kids from home? I'll never know. I hope that I accomplished what I was supposed to in those precious years. I hope that I haven't let Him down. I hope that He can look at me & say well done.

I'm thankful for the time I have had. I don't regret for a minute having all 3 of my babies home with me!

Now, looking to the future, only God knows, but I'm sure He will direct us where we need to go!

Plexus Testimonials - Tara

Tara says

This is 6 months on the Plexus products. I have lost 32 lbs. and not sure inches as need to measure this week but as you can see a TON!!! I went from a starting size 24/26 (more 26) to a size 18/20 (more 18:) and wearing a 3XL top to a XL. 

I no longer suffer from migraines (9 yrs. of them) carpal tunnel (the past five years) and before Plexus I slept my days away. I would send my kiddos of to school be back to bed by 9 and up at 3 to get kids and back in bed by 9 I am proud to say I no longer nap when they are gone my chronic fatigue & depression is gone!!!!! I now spend my days with my family or working my Plexus business, yes I loved it so much I joined and am now helping others like you all too which I love. 

My hubby has also joined me and lost 36 lbs. from a 42 to a 38 and loves the energy he has and it helps with ADHD concentration and focus.

Let me tell you a few things I learned along the way that are going to help : 1) Be consistent take the products everyday, even when you can't see them working they are 2) Eat! if you don't your body goes into starvation mode & won't burn fat 3) Drink 1/2 your weight in water, even if you can't get all of it at least try 4) Measure, Measure & Measure again. On the months when the scale doesn't move the inches will. The scale cannot gauge your success don't rely on it. 5) Take before & after photos. Even if you don't want to share you will want them to compare and SEE the difference. 

Don't get me wrong it has not be easy by any means my weight has went up and down, stalled and up and down again but throughout it all I have felt AMAZING and still do so I have stuck with it. You have to commit to the change, want it bad enough and do a little work along the way to get there (or keep it going) but it will all be worth it in the end I am proof of that. Bought this dress today in the now photo for my trip to Florida next month courtesy of Plexus and I am now an Gold ambassador making an income equal to the nursing position I gave up seven months ago to continue to be a stay at home mom. Plexus has been an amazing blessing in every aspect of my life 

Are you ready to feel like a superhero too? Are you ready to start living again?

Plexus Testimonials - April

April says ~

Okay....deep breath! I think I finally feel ready to do this. I don't do pics of me, DEFINITELY NOT full-body shots, and CERTAINLY not for the whole world to see, but I'm doing it now! I've been on Plexus for 90 days now, and I've lost 25 pounds, 2 jean sizes, lots of inches, depression, lethargy, and low self-esteem! My knees have also stopped complaining! I was diagnosed with sleep apnea shortly before I started Plexus, and I was facing a a CPAP machine (which really felt like accepting that I'd always be overweight and need that stupid machine) or, instead, put my money into Plexus and get healthy! I am SO GLAD I chose Plexus! My husband tells me I do not snore anymore, which is HUGE (it was really bad...I was on the couch a lot so he could sleep), and I truly believe sleep apnea is no longer a problem for me. The shortness of breath that I used to feel when I was half asleep, which is what prompted me to get the sleep study, is gone. I still have a long way to go, but I could not be more confident that I'm going to get there! 

Plexus has been life-changing for me. I no longer believe that obesity is my reality and that I cannot overcome it. I'm doing it! Plexus makes it possible! I take slim and 2 accelerators in the morning, 4 Biocleanse throughout the day and 2 ProBio5 at night. I exercise on my Wii Fit 3-5 times a week (because I CAN now...I have the energy to!) and I really enjoy it. I also walk my daughter back and forth to school everyday, morning and afternoon (when the weather cooperates). I set a long-term goal for myself....that by the time I turn 40 next May I want to lose 100 pounds. It always seemed so unattainable before, but not anymore! I am 1/4 of the way there in 90 days! I have more confidence and more energy and feel happier than I can ever remember. I thank God and my dear friend Amy Sunderland Middlebrooks for bringing Plexus into my life and giving me hope! Now I believe it is my calling to share it with others and help them change their lives the same way I am. I'm super excited about that! I just can't wait to see what the next 90 days will bring......for me and anyone else that I can bring along with me!

Plexus Testimonials - Amy

My updated testimonial

I started Plexus on May 26th for anxiety/depression. I was extremely skeptical and didn't think it would work, but considering I had really bad side effects from the perscriptions I decided to give it a try. After all I was looking for something that was all-natural that would help with my anxiety/depression. I purchased a 7 day supply and was completely amazed when I saw a huge difference in my anxiety the very first day. By the 3rd day I saw a dramatic change in my depression. I had found the answer I had been looking for. On day 5 I met with my upline to sign up as an ambassador and order a 30 day supply. Well that was my plan, I actually ordered a 90 day supply instead!

I can't even begin to describe what it's like to be able to take something that is all-natural that relieves my anxiety/depression and it doesn't stop there. Did you know most heartburn/indegestion is also caused by anxiety/depression? I just found this out about a week ago. I had been wondering why when I started Plexus I no longer had heartburn and decided I was going to find the answer. I also no longer have back pain, I'm not sure if I had the pain because of my weight or what but it is gone and I'm not even using the fast relief products. I know that people say it's not good to crack your bones but it's a bad habbit of mine. Since starting plexus my fingers, back, neck, and toes crack so much easier now because the inflammation that I didn't even know I had is gone. I am in such a better mood now and most of my co-workers and family have notcied it. They all say I have so much more energy now and I'm fun to be around. Before I was so miserable that I would bring people down around me. I knew this but I couldn't figure out what to do about it and I hated feeling like that. Before Plexus my anxiey was so bad that one time my fiance wanted to be nice and cook me dinner. He made hamburgers and when I walked in the kitchen and saw how big they were, I started bawling. No not little tears, they kind of bawling that a little kid does when they can't catch their breath for anything. All because the hamburgers were bigger than the bun. Imagine what was going through my fiances mind at that time. I know how rediculous that sounds, but when you are dealing with anxiety the smallest things get to you and even though you know it's dumb and you need to stop, you literally can't.

I have also lost quite a bit of weight since being on Plexus. When I started I was 220lbs and I did not lose anyting until my second week was almost over. This was find with me because I was using it for my anxiety/depression, weight loss would have just been a plus. Well I have been using it for almost two months and I am down 23lbs. I have lost so many inches, but I don't know how to meassure correctly so I'm not sure how many. From the pics you can tell the difference though. I feel so much better about myself and my self-esteem has come up so much both from the weight loss and not having to deal with the anxiety/depression. The pic on the left is after I started Plexus but had not lost any weight from it yet, I was at 220lbs. In the middle I had lost 16lbs so that put me at 204lbs. Yesterday I took another pic, the one on the right. In this pic I am at 197lbs, finally below 200!!!! I still have a long way to go, and I know I will get there. Even if for some reason I stopped losing I would still continue with Plexus because it helps for so much more than just weight loss.

I don't know what I would do without Plexus. It has saved my life, not literally, but my quality of life is so much better. The fact that I'm only 26 and have to consider my quality of life is so sad, but Plexus no longer makes me have to consider that! It keeps me healthy in everyway and that is all I need from it.

Plexus Testimonials - Alishia

To all my lady friends out there who suffer with PCOS, I have to share!! Until lately, talking with more people and sharing my experience with plexus slim, I never knew there were so many of us out there with this dreadful disease! I too have suffered with poly cystic ovarian syndrome all of my adult life. It has ran my life, causing all sorts if terrible side effects like hot flashes, unnecessary massive weight gain that's virtually impossible to get off, excessive body hair, hair loss, skin problems, major hormone imbalances, mood swings, depression, insecurity, low self esteem, low libido, fatigue, and the list goes on..... that is until.....PLEXUS SLIM!!! I had finally given up, or so I thought. Finally given in and accepted this was my fate. I would be this way and just have to suck it up and deal with it the rest of my life. Be unhappy the rest of my life. What a shame! I so glad some where down deep there was a shred of hope left. Buried beneath all the nights if crying myself to sleep. And I'm so glad I pushed past all the skepticism, all the negative thoughts in my head from trying everything known to man that hadn't ever worked for me, and took the big step of trying plexus slim! It has changed my life!!! I'm so happy to report to you, the woman I spoke of earlier is the woman of my past!! I left her and that dreadful disease in my dust 8 weeks ago!! Never to look back. The hot flashes, GONE! The weight, it's LEAVING -27 lbs so far, hormones leveling out, cravings gone, finally had my first cycle in over 5 yrs!!! The list goes on. I cannot stress enough, if you are suffering from PCOS and all the terrible things that come along with it, you have to give Plexus Slim a shot. It will change your life. I would be doing you a huge injustice if I didn't share this wonderful God given product with you. Dig up the last ounce of hope and take that first step. You won't look back!!! Do it for you, do it for your kids, your husband, just do it!!!! I promise you won't regret it!! Thank God and Plexus Slim!

Plexus is truly changing people's lives! Are you sick & tired of being sick & tired?? Are you ready to do something about it? Stop wishing for things to change & take an active step towards changing them!!

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