I have a bag full of lollipops if you need one

“There is no safe place in this gym.” I whispered those words to my husband last year as the crowd surrounding us rose up in anger with a referee’s call on a particular basketball play. I was joking. Mostly. For several games, we had tried different places around the gym to sit — looking for... Continue Reading →

‘More important than facts’

“The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life.” This is the first line of the poem, “Attitude,” by Charles Swindoll which has been true in my life. And with a chronic pain illness, I've found it can really be the difference in wasting the days away and finding real joy.... Continue Reading →

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