Monthly Archives: April 2012

Easter Traditions

Fifty years ago, Easter was celebrated a lot differently than it is today. I think the differences become more extreme as the years go by. During Lent, Mom used to make hot cross buns from scratch, filling the house with the spicy aroma … Continue reading

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God Opposes the Proud

My friend just brought me back from the follow-up visit with my surgeon. It was an interesting encounter. When the surgeon finished the exam, I asked if I could share something with him that might help him with other MS patients … Continue reading

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3 Days, 2 Nights

The outpatient surgery to repair my left knee went well, but the recovery has been a bit rough. I got an all expense paid trip for 3 days and 2 nights to The Hospital, including continuous room service and all … Continue reading

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Is it Okay to Get Angry?

Anger Can be Life-Saving Anger can be a useful emotion in some instances that call for action. As long as we don’t use anger as our default in all stressful situations, it’s okay to listen to this alarming inner voice. … Continue reading

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Who Cares?

I’ve got 22 days left to make sure that my wedding gift to my daughter brings squeals of delight, I look svelte at the ceremony, my house warrants a cover story in Architectural Digest, and my yard holds up to … Continue reading

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