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Father’s Day

I’ve read quite a few blogs in the past weeks leading up to Father’s Day about how dads deserve to be celebrated, but often the focus is on chastising them for not being better fathers. It seems we don’t give … Continue reading

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The boot is on the other foot

I started the day feeling pretty good about how well I was managing to get around by myself in spite of my handicap – only having the use of my right leg. I’ve developed a pretty creative system for getting … Continue reading

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Anything and Everything

I just finished my inaugural workout in the new program I loaded onto my iPhone a few months ago. That’s right, a few months ago…after the holidays passed and I vowed once again that I needed to get back to … Continue reading

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Embracing Kindness

Why is kindness so hard to accept sometimes? I called my husband, Chris today and told him I was feeling “tired, depressed and useless.” As he questioned the meaning behind the words I was using to describe my feelings, I … Continue reading

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