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determination

#flashfriday Just like the determined little turtle, I must go on.  This little guy may have pulled his head into his shell as my dog passed him and wanted to get at him while crossing this bridge (I had to … Continue reading

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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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Our next 365

In 2017, I shall no longer dottle, I shall get organized, and I shall write EVERY DAY.  Write everyday? Yes, even if its just for 15 minutes, I resolve to sit down, with no email box or no social media tabs … Continue reading

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Why is the question

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Million-Dollar Question.” Well, the question is Why do I blog? I blog in preparation to be more eloquent in writing (just to write my memoir of the roads that I have already … Continue reading

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Scrambled Brain Challenge!

As most of you know, this page is called TBI triumphs! I have a Traumatic Brain Injury, which I have gotten from a car accident that I was in high school, 16 years old, 17 years ago. My friend, Kristin, … Continue reading

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