Monthly Archives: February 2018

Got Plans For Next Sunday? Part 2

A personal update, then two quotes from very valued friends. Jason has had dizziness, headaches and double-vision, determined by CT scan to be caused by spinal fluid that isn’t flowing correctly. Tomorrow, Thursday, the first day of March, he’ll have … Continue reading

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How Do You Spend Your Sunday Morning?

I am not without thought, stronger than musing and much stronger than being quiet, muted and shedding a smile, which is better than shedding a tear. Although when the smile becomes a smirk, watch out. That’s self-judgment to be alert. … Continue reading

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Best Way To Live

Have often said that Miss Agnes Carter, my 8th grade teacher at Vernon Grade School in Portland, Oregon, was my best teacher, to know the difference of doing well and doing good, and 1,000 other ways to word the thoughts. … Continue reading

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E-Book Announcement for Tricia Gleason novel, “Truth Uncovered”

Many of you have inquired when the new novel will be on Amazon/Kindle. Learned late this afternoon, Tricia Gleason’s 6th adventure now is an e-book on Amazon/Kindle. Hope you enjoy the read. In case you wish a signed copy, please … Continue reading

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Late Breaking News On Jason

Ah, late breaking news. Jason was moved today from Intermediate Care [third floor] to Regular Care [second floor] at Cornerstone Hospital in Austin. Yeah! We are all encouraged, especially Jason. They’re about to remove the trach after going from #6 … Continue reading

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Getting Out Of Bed

The date: February 21, 2018. The time: 7:45 a.m. Been up for a good while, the routine, feed our “kids,” Faith, Caleb and Copper. They await their walk, but the rain and getting colder temperatures may postpone that. Yep, Leander, … Continue reading

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Scraping Peanut Butter Off The Roof Of Your Mouth

Yesterday was a heralding day…so many times over. I appreciated how two bobsled teams from Germany and Canada finished tied for First Place, sharing the Gold Medal. So impressive, if only the teamwork could be an example to replace the … Continue reading

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