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Twas The Night Before...part 2

When we put our worries in God’s hands, He puts peace in our hearts.

I keep trying to focus on the positive outcomes of my pending surgery.

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Cancer

Mike Barnicle: John Moynihan, Angelo West and Our Post-Truth Era

Daily Beast: A career criminal shot a good cop. There’s no dispute over the facts. But that doesn’t mean everyone accepts them.

A career criminal, Angelo West, 41 years old with several of those years spent in prison, emerged from a car Friday night in Boston, gun in hand, and shot 34-year-old police officer John Moynihan in the face, the bullet entering just beneath the cop’s right eye. 186 more words

Culture

Environment

Working at a rehab hospital I learned to appreciate small gains.  A 10 degree increase in upper arm range of motion could allow a woman to brush her own hair.  870 more words

Psychology

"OMG. They're HOW big?"

When I first started having conversations with friends about my decision to have a double mastectomy and reconstruction with implants, the usual reaction was: Are you going to go Dolly Pardon on us? 335 more words

Surgery

6 Weeks Post Reconstruction

I’ve taken a little flak from several people the last two weeks since I’ve not posted to my blog in a month…and I left it hanging at the last blog post with me still being in the hospital. 215 more words

Cancer

Crazy, Fragile Life

On Thursday night, March 19, I had dinner with two dear friends. Friday morning, I took the dog for a run, and got some decent writing done. 1,050 more words

Events

Bed Rest From Oral Surgery

So Friday I underwent a much needed surgery to remove my wisdom teeth as well as prewisdom’s…. I figured I would give you lovelies a heads up because all I have been doing the past 2 days is sleeping… 127 more words

Life