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The Art of Resigning

After graduating Longwood University with a Therapeutic Recreation degree, quitting my work at Fairfax Nursing Center nearly destroyed me. I went from trying so hard to complete my high school education, while dealing with the complications of a new disability, a … Continue reading

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And in the beginning…

“I think what doesn’t kill you makes you a better human being. It opens your eyes, your heart, and your mind.” – Derek Hough [Dancing with the Stars] Peace out Trevor the Otter ***This cute little otter keeps sending me … Continue reading

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What doesn’t kill you…

“I think what doesn’t kill you makes you a better human being. It opens your eyes, your heart, and your mind. – Derek Hough ” Peace out Trevor the Otter ***This cute little otter keeps sending me emails with sometimes … Continue reading

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Carpe Diem

Death can come at any minute, in any way. We do not know what is in store tomorrow, or, whether there is a tomorrow, or even a tonight! But still, we have the golden present. Now we are alive and … Continue reading

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Under Pressure…

“Under Pressure” Pressure pushing down on me Pressing down on you, no man ask for Under pressure that burns a building down Splits a family in two Puts people on streetsIt’s the terror of knowing What this world is about … Continue reading

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toxic thoughts

This whole bible study I’m doing right now focuses primarily on toxic thoughts.  There are four common categories of toxic thoughts. These are negative, fearful, discontented, and critical. It tells me that chances are you are struggling with toxic thoughts … Continue reading

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Secret of Change

“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” **Socrates   I’m 33, and graduated from school, but I’m still getting homework.  Self-discovery, relaxation techniques and relationship work.  … Continue reading

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balls of yarn

I was amazed when I finally got the first ball untangled from the mess of 4 different spools.  First, I was surprised to see that I had two spools of the same color.  After I had gotten the first 2 … Continue reading

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