Tag Archives: family

How has my life changed?

I received a kidney transplant April 24, 2019 The terrific readers who regularly read my post already know I received a miracle this year on April 24, in the form of kidney transplant from a living donor.  My living donor … Continue reading

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In healing – what the doctor didn’t tell you

After a major surgery of any type, doctors will tell you that you need rest, and extra protein to assist in the healing of tissues. They could be right; I have never been accused of being a doctor. But just … Continue reading

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Get Ready to Sing

Two days from now I will be 60 years old.  Old enough I think to be considered a “senior” but not “old” (I hope). I can’t claim to have aged as well as my sweetie Susan, she takes better care … Continue reading

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Finding Your Sweet Spot

I agonize trying to find the “sweet spot” in many areas of my life, and maybe you do also. If you golf, or play baseball then the sweet spot is that spot on your club or bat where you hit … Continue reading

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Forgotten treasure

  In the hallway of my house is a box with thousands of old pictures. Treasure I walked past without thinking. This week my son took a day to go through some of those, and we shared the treasure of … Continue reading

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Living in the Splendour of the Moment

I sat down to enjoy reading a book the other day and I caught myself also turning on the television. I caught myself and I realized that I was trying to multitask reading which stunned me and disappointed me. It … Continue reading

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