I have found that dealing with MS is more often than a not a battle with myself. It becomes a daily fight trying to remember who I want to be and …Definitions Sharing this insightful post by my amazing son. I'd be honored if you read it.
It all began right after Easter. We barbecued over Easter weekend and at that time, my sons had to clear away several twigs and whatnot from the bottom of our grill. Just before that weekend, the fierce wind we often get here, had tore the remains of our BBQ cover to shreds and left bits …
This is an insightful message from my son. He is my hero.
Quite recently there was news that a study had revealed there to be more than twice as many people living with MS than previously thought (https://www.nationalmssociety.org/About-the-Society/MS-Prevalence). My dad was the one who first sent me a link to a news article talking about it and soon the news was popping up in my social media feeds, and I found myself reading through a few of the comments. One of the most common was the simple phrase- “I’m one of a million.”
Now most of my life I have heard the term “one in a million” in regards to being special, unique and rare and I’ve thrown the term out loosely when talking with friends without ever really thinking about it. Which definitely means I had never thought of being one in a million. And suddenly I find myself being not just 1 in around 400,000, but one…
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I am honored to have recently received two nominations for blog awards. Today I will focus on the first nomination for the Blogger Recognition Award. This award was passed on to me by Kristi at Savvy Schooling who has a lovely blog you should check out! I started Camie's Cozy Corner as a continuation of …
Have you ever appreciated something seemingly ordinary in your life with this kind of introspection? This is what I love about this young man’s blog. I think you might enjoy reading his insights too.
I love music.
I was driving home with my younger brother tonight and we got talking about music. One of those “real” conversations. Those type are my favorites. They’re the conversations that I live for. He asked about a CD I had playing in the car- one of the earlier Rise Against albums– and I asked if he liked it and he told me that it was alright but it was a little much for him. This lead into a bit of rambling conversation on my end. Perhaps conversation is strong… it was more one sided. I just rambled. But the rambling really got me thinking. Got me talking, which was, in this case, more important that just thinking.
You see, over the last two months I have done a lot of thinking. Some action. I moved. Got away from the jobs and from school. Decided I needed a…
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