Monthly Archives: July 2010

Mortality

I am staring mortality in the face through my Aunt Theresa. On Wednesday, she had a stroke in the nursing home. She is in the hospital. She is bleeding in her brain and is expected to pass in the next … Continue reading

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Everyone is buying and selling

I am 43 in years, but move like I am 83 or 93. Actually, my 93 year old Aunt moved better than me. She would push me in a wheelchair. I have Multiple Sclerosis since 1988. It could do a … Continue reading

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The 6 inches between your ears

My friend, Ken Jones, mentioned the 6 inches between your ears the other day. The 6 inches between your ears determines your attitude.  Ken is a perfect example of a great attitude. He is on kidney dialysis and views each day with possibilites. … Continue reading

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Disabled????????

There is one word I find unacceptable. It is disabled. Do you like the word dishonest? Disabled is NOT abled and dishonest is NOT honest. Most people just don’t know the true meaning. It reminds me of a 60 something … Continue reading

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The real you

I try to be true to myself. I try to live in the truth. I could lie to myself, but what good would that do. It’s called mental illness, if you believe it (the lies). It’s interesting…everyday we look in … Continue reading

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Aunt Theresa

My family started in Naples, Italy. My great grandparents had 7 children. 5 daughters survived…Caroline, Theresa, Joan, Mary and Fanny. All my Aunts cared for and loved me. The one who comes to mind most often was my Aunt Theresa. … Continue reading

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Mere Mortal

Ok. I do not have a superman/woman cape. Who does? I worked on my Masters of Social Work at Rutgers in NJ. I am a mere mortal. I am aware of feelings. I see things and hear things. I ask … Continue reading

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