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God’s Will Be Done

Reaching for a coffee cup, yesterday came back to her in a flood of vivid recollection. The sight of it. The smell of it. The pain of it. His breathing had been so labored for several days now. He was … Continue reading

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I Know How You Feel

We are all really so much the same. We all have trials and tribulations. We all have moments of pure joy and happiness. That is what I think I had hoped to share in yesterday’s post, “Answers to My Prayers”. … Continue reading

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Silence Can Be Golden, Sort Of

Sometimes, it’s best to just keep your big mouth shut. God’s Peace!

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Free as a Bird

On April 26, I posted, “Embrace the Plateau“. My husband was feeling much better, after weeks of no energy, no appetite. The miracle of modern drugs had improved his condition immeasurably. My pastor told me that day, “Embrace the plateau.” … Continue reading

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To All Those Who Walk

To all those who are preparing to do the walk for the CURE: You can do it! You’ll never forget the experience! God bless you! 2010 – Mile 40 — Warm Tent, Cocoa and Peppermint Schnapps Mile 60 – Great … Continue reading

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When the Going Gets Tough

Yeh, yeh, yeh….. blah, blah, blah. Actually, I just love this picture. I took this with my phone, while on a 7-mile training walk. I was training for the 3-day walk for the cure. I remember coming across this “rattler” … Continue reading

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Walking is Good Medicine

Every year, my daughters and I go on a MDG (Mother Daughter Getaway). This is one of the major highlights of my year, and a gift from God, if you ask me.  The last couple of years, we have gone … Continue reading

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Cancer is Just Like Divorce

One of my good friends emailed me today and said, “…I will try to do better at keeping in contact with you but sometimes we feel, mistakenly or not, that we don’t have the right words or are afraid of … Continue reading

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Insomnia

Wynken, Blynken, and Nod one night sailed off in a wooden shoe.   Sailed on a river of crystal light, into a sea of dew. Where are you going, and what do you wish? The old moon asked the three. Why … Continue reading

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You Become What You See

In Leaning Into Sharp Points, Practical Guidance and Nurturing Support for Caregivers, Stan Goldberg, PhD, he talks about the fact that a person with a terminal illness lives every minute with it. As the illness progresses, the room becomes filled … Continue reading

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