Monthly Archives: April 2011

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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Advice and Knowledge

I was watching a video from Billy Joel from about 1985 called Second Wind (You are Only Human) and I started thinking about how much the world has changed since 1985. In the video, the teen was thinking about killing … Continue reading

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Their Perspective

Let’s look at this from a perspective of someone you love and who loves you.  They love you so much it hurts their heart to think about you. They admire you and appreciate your talent. They wish they were more … Continue reading

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The more I thought… A Safe Place

Let me explain…Maybe a better thought is something to hold onto instead of something to hang your hat on. If your child has something to hold onto, they can hold on when the storms come and the winds howl(peer pressure, … Continue reading

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A safe place

I was talking to Kay’s mom. I told her of the hope and joy I saw in Kay’s eyes today. I told her how Kay expressed she wants to be ok. I explained to Kay’s mom how she can help … Continue reading

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