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If Walls Could Talk

An old house sits on a well-groomed lot in the middle of a Midwest city in America.  Within that house is a room.  It has withstood years of wear and circumstances and it has morphed with the changes time brings. The walls … Continue reading

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Four Walls

When I was 12 years old, my childhood family moved from the house I had lived in since birth to a new house about three blocks away.    That’s me, helping my Dad shingle the roof of the new house. Even though … Continue reading

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Please Call Me Charlotte

Having a progressive illness requires continuous adaptation.  When a method of accomplishing a task is no longer effective, modification is obviously mandatory. As a spider invests a great deal of its time and energy to building its home, so we create new ways … Continue reading

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REARVIEW MIRROR – Reflections

Having a progressive illness, there are constant reminders that life is, and will continue to be, changing and increasingly challenging.  Physical abilities wane and, as they do, so does comfort and peace of mind. I’m 53 years old but really, … Continue reading

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WHAT KIND OF CAR ARE YOU?

Whatever your personality or style, you can likely think of a car make and model that represents you. We chug down the road of life in whatever car we’ve been given. I have no idea where I found this years … Continue reading

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