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Cherish Your Old Friends

Here’s Something New To Feel Good About Today! “The most beautiful discovery true friends make is that they can grow separately without growing apart.” ~Elisabeth Foley If you have a friend from childhood or a friend that you’ve known for years you’ll relate to this post. Why not give them a call today,...

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My Son, My Teacher

Perhaps we all believe that our children should grow up to be "perfect"... to go to college, get married, have children, be successful… and from such we will reap great joy. I certainly believed that.

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Bunk Bed Blunder

For a full twenty minutes I begged my older sister to trade bunks with me for one measly night. I just had to know the thrill of sleeping in the top bunk bed or die of disappointment. Life is just that dramatic when you’re eight years old.

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Gripped by Holiday Madness, Girlfriends Hold Our Hearts!

Here’s Something New to Feel Good About Today! “Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born.” - Anais Nin The holiday season can be an emotional roller coaster. One way to keep your sanity is to reach out and stay...

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The Story Of Rose

I was the nurse assigned to Rose that evening shift in the Coronary Care Unit. Three days prior, she had suffered a heart attack. As I made my rounds and introduced myself, her petite body seemed frail and nearly invisible beneath the white-weave blanket. Though of the age where women color their hair blue-gray and wear it in tight pin curls, Rose wore her short, wavy white hair in a soft, carefree style. Her complexion was nearly wrinkle-free. Although her skin was pale and she seemed tired, her blue eyes sparkled. Progressing through my patient assessment, I noted the hint of pink returning to her face, revealing a glimpse of this vibrant, full-of-life woman.

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The Power of Hugs

Here’s Something to Feel Good About Today! Do you believe in the power of a hug? I can’t think of anything that connects people heart to heart more quickly then a giant embrace. Don’t wait for some else to initiate it, be the hugger and watch what happens. There isn’t anyone who won’t benefit from...

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