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Unsolicited Kindness

Unsolicited Kindness

We all know that it is going to take more than just the people in the IBD community to bring about awareness for this disease and to raise money for continued research for the cure of IBD. We need those who are not personally affected by this disease to also join in this fight. Presumably, those people are typically … Continue reading

Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday!

Today is the 3rd anniversary of my blog. I haven’t written a lot of posts, but I have still received great support, for which I am very grateful! I just wanted to take the time to thank all of you who have viewed my posts and pages, and to those of you who have reached out to … Continue reading

A GREAT Big Thank You!

A GREAT Big Thank You!

I am so touched to be thought of for this award. Thank you so much asizCreatives! As I mentioned in a comment that I left for you on your page, my spirits really needed a pick me up! So, like most other blogging awards, there are rules upon accepting. 1- Display the award logo on … Continue reading

Thank You for Your Support!

Thank You for Your Support!

I am so grateful to Carolyn Hughes, from “The Hurt Healer,” for nominating me for the Reality Blog Award! I accept it with pride and sincere appreciation for the recognition, but also for her continued support and comfort that she so kindly gives after each one of my posts. Thank You Carolyn! If you haven’t checked … Continue reading

Talk Yourself Healthy!

Talk Yourself Healthy!

When life keeps handing you lemons, you soon lose your ambition to turn those lemons into lemonade; and instead, you become immersed in  feelings of bitterness. It is in these moments that one must hold on tightly to the perspective needed to turn a negative situation into a positive one. I have always envied people who have the spirit to … Continue reading

Featured Blog: ticklestogiggles.blogspot.com

I have been having a hard time writing, so I decided to share blogs or blog posts that I have come across that share a message that rings true with me. One of the most important topics, to me, is character education for children. Children are inherently non-judgemental, kind, and eager to please. Every interaction … Continue reading

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

Yesterday, I was doing a writing exercise to figure out the appropriate word or concept to describe my overall feelings about my life. So after conjuring up the word “caged,” I proceeded to type it into the google search box, and low and behold, Maya Angelou’s, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, popped up. … Continue reading