Monthly Archives: July 2010

Work to your strength

I was at Denny’s today. The waitress told me she had Attention Deficit Disorder. She told me she is not on medication. She enjoys her job and said her ADD works to her benefit. When they are very crazy busy, … Continue reading

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Baseball was needed to survive and thrive

As I sit watching the Houston Astros/Chicago Cubs game, I think of my love of baseball. I think how baseball impacted my life. Most people think…well, she just loves baseball. They do not realize baseball was my life blood since … Continue reading

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Gratitude

I am grateful for my health. Funny huh? I’ve had MS for 22 years. I’m in my 40’s and I walk like an 93+ year old and I’m very grateful for my health. I’m very healthy overall. Like I said … Continue reading

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A Different Perspective

Multiple Sclerosis is a crazy distortion of life. I remember when I was younger I saw a TV commercial and they explained MS as craziness with lights flashing, hot and cold temperatures,  and uncertaininty. The commercial felt off balance and uncertain … Continue reading

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I never Understood…

It’s interesting…Aunt Theresa always gave me extra love and attention. She always said…I do not have favorites and she didn’t. I never understood why she did this for me. When she was sick in Florida she told me, Kim it … Continue reading

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It offers us an opportunity

After Aunt Theresa passed, an opportunity of love and coming together and understanding was afforded to the family. It seemed most smiled and took it. They appreciated what they had and have. Others did what they did and continued on.

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Thank you

My Aunt Theresa passed Tuesday 7/20/10. In recent years, I found out did she more for for me than others because “I needed it.” Let me explain…My dad had renal kidney failure since I was 10. He had about 20 … Continue reading

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