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Adjust and Compensate

LEARNING Sometimes maybe through an illness, we need to learn life lessons earlier. I became old at 10 when my Dad was diagnosed with kidney failure. At 21 while at Rutgers in NJ, I was diagnosed with MS. I’ve had … Continue reading

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What are you going to do about it?

Because of my MS I struggle to get around the house, BUT I do. I refuse to give up. I see the value in me even when others do not. Some have all the gifts or power in the world … Continue reading

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Favorite Word

I am taking a writing class at the church. I was asked for my favorite word. It is Kindness and help. It is these 2 words because they go hand in hand. Many people have interpretations of kindness or help. … Continue reading

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Life is a Bowl of

I was riding my scooter today. Someone had written in chalk on a utility pole…Life is a bowl of _________. I thought interesting. I remember the Judy Blume book Life is a Bowl of Cherries.  After reading the writings on … 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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