Can You?

If you’re like me, you’ve been hearing and reading the myriad articles, blogs, ads, movements, etc., flooding the airwaves and internet in response to the civil unrest taking place throughout the world. The collective emotional reflex after the wrongful death of American, George Floyd. My heart grieves even just reading back that last sentence. Each... Continue Reading →

Perspective!

This morning, with my county's "stay at home" order in place, I was enjoying a few moments of reflection, gazing out my home office window. My winter-weary soul drank in the new, green life budding on everything my eyes touched. New Life Budding The promise of beautiful life yet to come. New Life Promise Then... Continue Reading →

Pressing On

Bill Sweeney, an incredible man with a huge heart and joy for living, no matter the tremendous obstacles in his way. I just had to reblog his latest post. What an inspiration to us all!

Unshakable Hope

Happy New Year!

I believe 2020 will be a great year.

Regular readers of my blog know that I’ve had ALS for twenty-three years. I’ve been on hospice for the last fifteen months, and in that time, I’ve had three close encounters with death. I don’t mean to make light of this, but I think you could say that I have one foot in the grave, and the other is on a banana peel. Knowing this, and reading that I’ve declared that 2020 is going to be a great year, you might be questioning the state of my mental health. I get it, but please hear me out.

I’ll admit that my mental health is not as good as it once was. I recently watched a movie for twenty minutes before realizing I’d seen it before. I don’t know if this is related to the ALS or just getting old…

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Light Bulb Moments

Remember the last time you had a light bulb moment, an ah-ha moment, an epiphany?  That moment when a thought, an experience, something you just read, or something someone said, becomes an extraordinary, maybe life-changing revelation to you? I had one of those yesterday.  It was something very simple, really, but, for me, it was... Continue Reading →

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