All Blog Posts Tagged 'courage' (3)

The Hardest Blog I Have Ever Written

I know people have been worried but we needed a day to ourselves today. Please be patient as we adjust to what is going on. 



Jude has good hours and bad hours. Fortunately last night he had a very good hour. He was very smiley and looked much more like himself. His respiratory and heart rate was still high but he was much better than the day before. Here is a great shot of how he looked and how responsive he was to me. …

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Added by Jenn on April 3, 2015 at 12:00pm — No Comments

On Being Vulnerable

Last week there was this beautiful theme circulating on many of the blogs I read. Each writer, in their own way, reminding themselves and their readers that perfection is what holds us back from being happy, connecting to others, and being true to ourselves. It's recognizing that who we are is ENOUGH that matters and creates change...

If you haven't seen the Ted talk by Brene Brown on Shame and Vulnerablility- it's worth your time multipled by a billion- …

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Added by Kelly on November 26, 2013 at 6:37pm — No Comments

It's a Dog's Life...

Elsie and Fina stand at my bedroom door. They anxiously await the treat in the pantry, the treat that I give them each morning. They follow me downstairs into the kitchen prancing and voicing their excitement for the yummy morsels they are about to get. They beg, sit, then in a single bite their treats are gone. They stay underfoot as I prepare my morning coffee, hoping that perchance, I will show them mercy and give them one more treat. They stare at me with longing eyes.



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Added by Angie Mozilo on September 28, 2008 at 9:47pm — No Comments

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