Monthly Archives: April 2011

Our childhood pets

I was at the vet today. My boy 12 pound poodle needed a hair cut. I was at the Winter Park Veterinary Hospital. A man came in with his turtle in a big plastic see through container with about 1 … Continue reading

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Heroes

I saw a commercial on TV today about heroes. What is a hero? I am in my 40’s. My view of a hero today is different than when I was 10 or 20 or even 30. When I was a … Continue reading

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constantly learning

I am constantly learning. As I told you, I am new on this handicapped situation bike. Maybe it is ok? I am learning and thinking of things differently, as a result. I still hate the word disability. DIS is not. … Continue reading

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True Happiness

Don’t we all want to believe things will or are getting better? Is this our hope? Don’t we all want to believe we can make a difference in someone else’s life? Doesn’t this make us stronger and give us more … Continue reading

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You are almost there

Sometimes I get tired. Maybe you do too. I heard a kind story recently. There was a man climbing a mountain path. He did not know if he could make it. He was tired. As he was struggling up the … Continue reading

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Words

Since I was a little girls, I heard Christ died for our sins. I heard the Body and Blood of Christ. I heard this through the years over and over. I really received the impact of Christ dying on the … Continue reading

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Both Sides of the Spectrum

Little gifts of kindness make all the difference. It’s interesting. Since I was a little girl, helping others made me happy. Nowdays, I am appreciating the kindness of others.  I have learning from both sides of the spectrum. I also … Continue reading

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Experience

Remember when you were a kid…your mom said “do not touch the burner…it is hot.” Did you touch it anyway? Ouch. Do we need to learn by experience? I am aware of wheelchairs and plugs (for electrical charging) for my … Continue reading

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Challenges

We all have our challenges. I think the depth of our strength is in learning on how to adapt and adjust. Too Quickly we discount others’ who have challenges we do not understand. ?? Interesting. I think of a handicapped … Continue reading

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It’s who you are

Something interesting happened today. A friend from grade and high school contacted me on Facebook. Our 30th 8th grade reunion is coming up. He said I was always a classy person. Very nice. I have not seen him since 1985. … Continue reading

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