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Valentines Day 2010

Wow, hard to Believe Valentines Day is upon us again, and I am so excited it is! It is a day to stop and think about the special people in our lives, and how blessed we are.



I love those days, when we take time out to acknowledge some one special, for whatever reason. I actually try to do it every day in my life, but I must admit, some days get by me



Many of us are always looking for the perfect Friendship Gift, especially on Valentines Day. What… Continue

Added by Cathy Raff on January 20, 2010 at 1:42am — No Comments

Virtual Friends VS Real Friends

Today we have a guest blog by Shari from The Friendship Stone Team !

Ok so I am stuck in a virtual real world. I of course I have friends, I have lots of friends, friends that I meet on a regular basis, friends that I speak to over the phone or skype on a regular basis, friends that I see once in a while and friends that I see once a year (but it is like we see each other every day) . I also have friends on line, I have my Facebook Friends (I have less then 200) and I have Twitter Friends… Continue

Added by Cathy Raff on December 10, 2009 at 2:16am — No Comments

Holidays and Healthy Wishes

Holidays and Healthy Wishes

November 26th, 2009



Now that the Holidays are right around the corner, we want to stay connected to our loved ones, especially if they are facing medical challenges. What are the best ways to do that?



1. Stay in contact on a regular basis. I think email is best particularly if they are in a serious situation, they might not have the energy to talk on the phone, and repeat the same story over and over again. Even if they never answer you… Continue

Added by Cathy Raff on November 26, 2009 at 3:11am — No Comments

Keeping Friends – Save your Health

Health, how do we appreciate it without losing it first? This is one of the questions that I think about quite a lot.



1. Everyday when you wake up and nothing hurts, say and know, it’s going to be a GREAT day!

2. If something does hurt, then decide what you are going to focus on instead to get your mind off of the parts that hurt.

3. Focus on what you want to accomplish that day, and then work hard to make it happen! It is such a good feeling when the day winds down to take… Continue

Added by Cathy Raff on November 26, 2009 at 3:09am — No Comments

My Trip to Singapore

I just got back from a very fast trip to Singapore, with a one day stopover in Bangkok. I have to say that Bangkok is absolutely one of my favorite places in the world! Amazing food, incredible massages and the nicest people in the world!



One of our favorite massage parlors in Bangkok, is Lek Foot Massage,. They are located right across from the Novotel Hotel and Siam Paragon Shopping Center. I discovered this place a few years… Continue

Added by Cathy Raff on November 17, 2009 at 3:16am — No Comments

Hello from Singapore

Although I am still in beautiful Singapore with my Daughter “the Gymnast” and “My Rock”, I thought I should communicate with you prior to my return.



First, Singapore is beautiful and we are having an amazing time. I am so blessed that I can travel and take my children with me. We have decided that we will take each child on their own trip– so this was Gymnasts trip. My other two children also had their “on their own trips” It is a whole other world… Continue

Added by Cathy Raff on November 17, 2009 at 3:00am — No Comments

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