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The Art

The Art

Do you know what is frustrating? It is the lack of listening and compassion from an individual who took an oath to help care for the sick. If you read my blog on Wednesday, I shared that my mother was in the hospital and we hoped that she would be sprung. She's still...

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Reset

Reset

If you have been following my blog you are aware of that my life is a three-ring circus and I am a horrible juggler. The good news is that my mom is being released from the hospital today but that entails us making a lot of adjustments and planning long term. While I...

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The Slide

The Slide

My mother's rapid shift came to a head this weekend when she was transported to the ER where she was diagnosed with a raging UTI along some neurological issues that require an MRI that is being done today. It has been a very long 36 hours as her mental capacity...

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Prickly

Prickly

I had high hopes that once we emerged from our universal pause, there would be a layer of kindness that would seep out and blanket the land. Delusional much? As I reluctantly join the human race, I am amazed at how prickly people are. Sure, we have all been isolated...

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When The Tide Turns

When The Tide Turns

This week has been really good. I was able to be of service to a friend, my dog is blossoming with her training, my revisions are going well, and I have this amazing sense of peace. Sigh. I was even able to respond calmly to a situation that happened yesterday on the...

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Unfiltered

Unfiltered

I am becoming more aware that some of the words that flow out of my mouth should be kept in a vault. It is possible that I am going to be one of those old women who will say just about anything. Let me back up a bit. Yesterday, I dropped Luna off to "school". One of...

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The Training

The Training

We have had many dogs over the years, but none as challenging as our Luna. Sure, the others had their own issues, but Luna requires a little more from us since we are her third home in less than a year. I don't know their reasons, but I can probably guess they just...

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The Visual

The Visual

Let me paint you a picture. There once was a man who was very handy and competent in every household task that could ever arise. This same man was set to replace a dryer that decided to simply give up because, in his wife's opinion, it was lazy. Anyway, ordering an...

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Know Your Worth

Know Your Worth

I love when I have an epiphany. The type of awareness that connects the pieces of the puzzle that have been missing. My epiphanies usually happen while I am exercising. It is as if the universe decides that my mind is more at peace leaving room for those "ah-ha"...

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Life in a Week

Life in a Week

I have been mostly testosterone free aside from Bryce popping in for an Easter visit. And before my spouse chimes in that our male cat is always present, I don't count him as he has been fixed and he doesn't pee on the floor. The week has been interesting. Nothing...

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