Monthly Archives: August 2010

I never knew that

It is wonderfully amazing when you find out you influenced someone’s life. The thought makes me proud. I found out tonight that my cousin found my graduation picture at Aunt Theresa’s to be inspiring. I never knew that my picture … Continue reading

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Adversity

I was in Panera bread today after church. A guy started talking to me. His name is Daniel. I had my scooter with me. I think I am very approachable. He mentioned to me about children in hospitals with life … Continue reading

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Another thought

After Andy Gibb, I started listening to Barry Manilow. When I was in 5th grade, I had a cool nun, Sister Sandra Patricia. She greatly influenced who I am. During breaks, she played the Barry Manilow Daybreak album for us. … Continue reading

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Best Ability?

I was listening to The Best of Andy Gibb today recalling when I used to listen to his tape while I was walking around a big pond exercising in NJ.  Nowadays, I use a walker. I thought …so what and got … Continue reading

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Easy VS Difficult

Life is difficult as M. Scott Peck says in the Road Less Traveled. Education is difficult. Life experiences are difficult. Pain is difficult. Learning is difficult. Errors are difficult. Apologies for mistakes are difficult. Communication is difficult. Loving is difficult. … Continue reading

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Deaf Dog…Nikki and Dukie

I recounted this story today and felt I should write it. In about 2003, my 12 year old female poodle was going deaf. The apricot dog in the picture is her, Nikki. My vet told me. She still heard a … Continue reading

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The other side of the coin

A friend, Ken, wrote me a kind email. He got me thinking. We all have perspectives. Is your perspective right? I am in my 40’s. I know more now than I did in my 30’s or 20’s. I thought I … Continue reading

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Today…Hope

Today I realized that I need to be concerned with myself and my life, but my concern for others is much bigger. I think in these rough economic times we all loose sight of this situation. We are all just … Continue reading

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New situation

Ok. You all know how I felt about my Aunt Theresa. I was at a business meeting. We went around the room and were told to mention something we are grateful for…I mentioned by Aunt and cried. She was in … Continue reading

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Is walking YOUR best ability?

Fortunately, walking is NOT my best ability. My mind is mine. What is yours? Think about it. Do not let others discount you. I spoke about the discount bins of life before. Don’t let others put you there. We ALL … Continue reading

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