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Fine, Fine Month

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Recently, I have been listening to happy and inspirational music. I need it for my soul. I need it to motivate me to keep moving. July has been a rollercoaster month for me. In July, I learned the results of my lung function test that I had done in June. My throat will never get […]

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Healthcare You Can Live With

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  I’ve been getting the Christian book catalogue and they have some great sales on books and what nots and I took advantage of the sale and purchased “Health Care You Can Live With” by Dr. Scott Morris for .50 cents. I have never heard of Dr. Scott Morris or the Tennessee Memphis hospital that […]

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Straws

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I get that it is hard to fathom my issues with my throat. When you are around me, you hear me breathing heavily. I often get asked if I am alright. If I need help? I don’t need help. I just need a new throat. Lol I often just reply and tell them the truth. […]

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How to Live Well with Chronic Pain and Illness

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    “How to Live Well with Chronic Pain and Illness” by Toni Bernhard I believe is a book that every person who suffers and those who know someone who suffers from Chronic illness or pain needs to read. I love that Bernhard gives suggestions on being mindful and self-care tips for those of us […]

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Devotions For a Healthier You

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  For the last 71 days I have been reading the devotional “Devotions for a Healthier You” by Katie Farrell. Surrendering, nutrition, movement are just a few of the words I decided to focus on for 2015. I thought this devotional by Farrell would aide me on that quest. It did. The first devotional was […]

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Post Traumatic Church Syndrome

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    I thoroughly enjoyed Reba Riley’s book “Post Traumatic Church Syndrome. I felt a kinship to this lady. I to have been burned by the church. I became wayward and unhappy with what I saw. But I also felt like God was nudging me towards something different. I read many books on the different […]

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Learning Wisdom

Last Sunday morning, I started a new course in my bible reading. I have read through the bible 3 times and I feel like I need to be dedicated into an actual study. This time around I decided to read Psalms and Proverbs. Yes, at the same time. One chapter a day until they are […]

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Essential Oils Part 2

Recently I received two comments on a blog post I posted two years ago. I interviewed my friend Christine who happens to sell Do-Terra oils. I am happy that this post has received several comments from those who suffer from Vasculitis. I am still new in learning about Essential oils, but I promised to write […]

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Stir

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  I was given an opportunity to read a great cookbook and autobiography called “Stir” by Jessica Fechtor. I felt a kinship with the author, because like her I was thrown into the web of illness, recovery, and remission at an early age. I was 32 years old when I began showing the symptoms of […]

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Finding Balance

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  For the last couple of weeks I have been ruminating on what my Rheumatologist said to me. “You can start focusing on yourself now” when he let me know that my illness is in control now I felt relieved but also nervous. Being in remission means that my illnesses Rheumatoid Arthritis and Wegener’s is […]

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