Monthly Archives: October 2015

What I Need to Remember

Sometimes I forget. I forget that not everyone understands the way I think.┬áThat could be a good thing though. I forget that not everyone knows the difficulty that comes with living with multiple health issues. I forget that there are … Continue reading

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A Formidable Opponent

If you know me at all, you are most likely aware that I deal daily with the effects of a chronic illness. Some days are better than others, but all days provide a reminder that I am not the healthy … Continue reading

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Competition

I have always been a competitive person. I’m not sure exactly why. Although I loved watching sports on television as a kid, I didn’t have the opportunity to actually participate in team sports until middle school. The first sport I … Continue reading

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Measuring Sticks

I just returned from an amazing vacation with my husband. After forty years of waiting, I finally got to see the ocean AND go to Disney World. The ocean was more than I even imagined it to be. The sand … Continue reading

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