Monthly Archives: August 2010

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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When I was younger

When I was younger, I thought younger thoughts. I didn’t know…what I didn’t know. I thought I was invincible. At 21, reality knocked me on my ass. I was disgosed with Multiple Sclerosis. I could not feed, dress, or take … Continue reading

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Looking for sunshine

Usually, I am looking for sunshine. Boy, there are enough doom and gloom rain clouds out there. Some love to tell you about the rain clouds and storms┬ácoming. I remember telling a friend 20+ years ago…you know your true friends … Continue reading

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