Tag Archives: grief recovery

Turn

Back to a routine. That’s my goal now, get back in a routine. Make lists. Plan. Once in a while when I start to say something, it reminds me of my sister and tears instantly blur my vision. For the … Continue reading

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Loss

MaryJo, one of our beloved horses died this past week. She had a good long life. My daughter said it made her feel like the best parts of her childhood were dying off. I understand her feelings, but that statement … Continue reading

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Focus on Balance and Purpose

Good morning Monday! The “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” was a wonderful event with beautiful, fall weather and fun people walking for a good cause. We raised $851.00, far exceeding our goal this year, so you know what that means. Next … Continue reading

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Rainbows

Rainbow trout. Went fishing with friends and I caught the first rainbow – which means I get the quarter for the first fish. My dad always paid me a quarter for the first fish, a quarter for the most (didn’t … Continue reading

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“I will!”

I thought I would re-visit Serenity this morning. Seems like these were big lessons for me this past year. God grant me the ability to prioritize the things I cannot delegate, the courage to say no when I need to … Continue reading

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Maxims

I was cleaning out a drawer and came upon these maxims I haven’t looked at for a dozen years. Here is a sample. (Funny how some things never change.)  1) Have a mind that is open to everything and attached … Continue reading

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A Movie and Madness

There are a lot of excuses I could use for being a day late with my blog this week. I could say it was because of my grandkids, and I did make an unplanned trip out to the farm to … Continue reading

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