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Pain

Pain The medical and research industry has made leaps and bounds in discovering and producing products that will reduce our physical pains. Pain is usually an indicator that something is wrong in our bodies and before we seek pain medications we should find out why we have that pain. Advancements in diagnosing physical and medical […]

Tomorrow

Tomorrow Tomorrow is a very special day. No, it’s not the birthday of any President or any other Politician. Its not a summer holiday like Memorial day or the 4th of July, it isn’t a Harvest celebration and it’s not the first day of school, but it is a day that we celebrate freedom, our […]

Are You Ready?

Are You Ready We go through a lot of “Are You Ready” times in our lives. Some of these are times that we have to make life changing decisions, like are you ready to go to college, are you ready to fall in love, are you ready for marriage, are you ready for children, are […]

Where Do You Find It?

Where do You Find It? It’s not in your closet or under your bed. You won’t find it in the kitchen, living room, bedroom or den. You will be wasting your time and energy if you go looking in the attic, down in the basement, or in the trunk of the car. It is not […]

The Last Hurrah

The Last Hurrah It is amazing how far we have advanced. When a dictionary usually only had definitions for a “word” they now have definitions for phrases also. I was shocked to actually find a definition for the “Last Hurrah”. The free dictionary defines it as 1. a final appearance or effort, especially at the […]

Blessed

Blessed My normal morning routine is to make my bed before putting my coffee on, gather up laundry and take it to the kitchen. Then I put the pot on, grab the dish by the back window, throw a handful of food on it and go out and check on the stray cat that has […]

Avalanche

Avalanche It seems like last year was pretty bad on us, at least the last 6 months, and this year hasn’t started out all that well. Our health issues escalated and Rich had more attacks, some of them more severe than usual and I was diagnosed with more ailments. Osteoporosis was the first and just […]