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Death is only the beginning. The beginning of a transformative journey beyond time... follow this extraordinary journey in this riveting novel...

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Oct

5

So I Am an Adult…Now What?

Must read advice: Adulting for Success! A beautiful young woman, who has always been a daughter to me, gave me this brilliant topic for a new blog. Heather is a young adult who is learning who she is and where she is going in life. This is a common situation that most young adults find themselves in after high school…

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Oct

3

How to Blog When You’re Super Busy by Melissa Uhles

How to Blog When You’re Super Busy   By Melissa Uhles   It can be hard to fit in time to blog when you have a million other things to do. If you are a parent and you work, you’ve already got plenty of plates spinning. However, if something is really important to you, you…

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Sep

30

We Need Our Mom’s

I get it. Not everyone had a great Mom. Maybe she lost her way. Maybe she failed to give you what you needed as a child and you have suffered. There are horror stories…..and if you have a terrible story about your Mom, then this post is not for you. But that’s not my Mom.…

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Sep

29

When No Choice is the Only Choice You Have; Managing Day to Day life with Chronic Pain

Choices are a very important part of life. When a person feels like they have choices, they often feel empowered, hopeful, creative and inspired. Buying a car, a home, clothes for work , and even groceries, are choices that we make to express who we are, where we have been and where we are going.…

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Sep

29

I am a Child With a Disability

My Day I begin my day wearing a backpack that represents my disabilities. I have a few and each one is a rock in my backpack that I can never take off. Waking up, my backpack is already a bit heavy, annoying really, as my vision complicates picking my clothes, taking my meds, handling the…

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Sep

20

A Blogger You Must Follow! Larissa Martin

Ever wanted to change the world? The discipline of Sociology teaches us that we can change the world! Through our participation in society, we reinforce and re-create our world and the world of others. Wouldn’t you like to make a positive impact? Larissa Martin is! Here is a young woman, writer, and published blogger with…

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Sep

19

You Might Be a Dog Trainer If…

Let’s face it…there is a dog training movement happening. The best/worst ways to train your pooch is all over the news, social media and coffee shops. Everyone is a trainer. Whether you follow the Force-Free revolution (as I do) or you believe the a shock and prong collars have a place in the training world (not…

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Sep

19

You Might Be a Dog Owner If…

I don’t know about you but I love dogs and have two of my own 🙂 Dogs are companions who can provide support, therapy, tasks to mitigate a special needs, warmth, friendship, and entertainment. Owning a working or show dog can provide you with the joys of competition, socialization, a hobby, travel and a partnership like no…

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Sep

18

The Liebster Award

Welcome! I am beyond excited to say that I have been nominated for the Liebster Award for 2017! What a joy! On top of feeling honored, I am also delighted that I am able to return the favor and nominate other deserving bloggers for this award! To start, I would like to personally thank Elissa Mowery,…

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Sep

16

Raising a Son with Special Needs: Living With The Unknown

In November, almost 16 years ago, my 4th child was born at 23 weeks gestation. The third of four premature children I would give birth to. At 1lb and 3 ounces, an apgar score of 2, he had little chance of survival. My smallest baby. My fragile, precious, tiny prince that would not likely live.…

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