Endo Warriors At The Coast

If you are tired, learn to rest,┬ánot quit. 2019 has had more water breaks than sprints and dashes, but in the quiet moments, I have recharged and found new strength. One of the ideas that was born in the extended water break was ‘Endo warriors at the Coast’, an idea that I have dabbled withContinue reading “Endo Warriors At The Coast”

While We’re Waiting

Waiting can be hard, lonely and devastating. The dark corridors can dull your spark of hope, the echoes of discouragement can fill your cheeks with sadness and cause your eyes to overflow with tears. Waiting Wombs Trust is devoted to walking with women who are waiting on the Lord to hold children in their arms.Continue reading “While We’re Waiting”

Yellow Flower Network

Invisible illness can be lonely, confusing and consuming. There are many times you doubt yourself and the manifestation of the pain. Leaving your bed on somedays can feel like doing calculus, it has to be a calculated move. Some days the method makes sense and on other days, you don’t even know where to start.Continue reading “Yellow Flower Network”

Dear Kenyan Endo Warrior, You Don’t Have to Walk Alone

Living with endometriosis can be hard. A majority of my memories are lonely, scary and empty. But, times have changed. I know that in the event I have a flare up there are women that I can call for advice, support and prayers. Women who get me, and don’t think that I am faking theContinue reading “Dear Kenyan Endo Warrior, You Don’t Have to Walk Alone”

5 Ways You Can Support An EndoWarrior

Endometriosis affects 1 in 10 women. This means, if you know 10 women, you know Endometriosis. The fact that it’s an invisible disease makes it difficult for women to get diagnosis and for people to relate with her and the pain. Because of the nature of the disease, and the societal norms, women find itContinue reading “5 Ways You Can Support An EndoWarrior”