My Emotional Baggage Is Heavy

21
Nov

There is a situation, event or idea in front of you to consider. You quickly form an opinion of it. The opinion you mentally conjure is based on many things: your life experience, your temperament, your view of the world, and, most definitely, the personal and emotional baggage
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Losing a Pet: The Deepest Sadness of All?

07
Nov

  Back in June, I wrote a goodbye post about our family dog, Farfel. Little did I expect that she would persevere (in relatively good health) for five more months. At the very end, I suspect she was beginning to lose her sight, control of her legs, muscle strength,
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Learning How to Parent An Autistic Child

24
Oct

Today I am honoured to offer a guest post by a terrific blogger, Lisa (from Lisa’s Leben: lisaleben.wordpress.com.)  a late ’40-something’ mom, wife, pastor and blogger. She has two daughters and a son, ages 15, 11 and 8.  Her middle child was officially diagnosed with autism at age four,
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I Always Think “The Negative”

03
Oct

  What you think is what you think. It sounds like hogwash, but it isn’t. Here’s a perfect case in point: Recently, my husband and I were summing up the events of this year. I won’t tell you what my husband concluded about 2014. His was a factual
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What Blogging Newbies (And Ya’ll) Need To Know

26
Sep

What does it take to survive in the blogging business?  I am finishing up my Second (blogging) Year. You can read about my First Year, here. From 24 months of blogging, I have learned, at minimum, 30  things: LAUNCHING A BLOG is a massive, complex endeavour that demands your full
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