Monthly Archives: March 2014

My Project Blueprint

I’m sure most of you have received phone calls, e-mails or texts introducing some fantastic business project that will have you making a huge salary almost overnight. And you can do it part-time. And here’s the best part… you can do it from home. I’ve worked outside my home since becoming[…] Read More →

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The Significance of Confidence and Self Confidence

I consider myself an individual possessing both confidence and self confidence.  I believe it has to do with my childhood and young adult years.  We were taught if you wanted to make something happen in your life, you made it happen. What’s the difference between confidence and self confidence? A[…] Read More →

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How The Hell Do We Get Out Of Here??

When I first became disabled, it took some time to get socially adjusted. Before going out somewhere, I had to consider scenarios I never had to before. Does the location I’m going to have steps? If so, do they have a wheelchair ramp? I know they have an escalator, but[…] Read More →

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Grief Is Forever

February 7, 2014 was the 20th anniversary of my injury.  Since then, a certain sadness has come over me I can’t seem to quite shake.  Every February 7th is hard, but this year is different. Why? I am healthier now than I have ever been post injury.  I have a[…] Read More →

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“How Many Tokens Are You?”

For Christmas last year, my nine year old nephew asked if he and I could go out together for a day. He wanted to start with Toys “R” Us and then on to Chucky Cheese…Every kid’s dream and every parent’s headache.  But if you’re an aunt, it’s a blast. Toys[…] Read More →

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A Born Legacy

A legacy is something a person leaves behind when they are no longer with us…Something to be remembered by.  We build our legacy throughout life by creating footsteps for future generations to follow. Ideally, each generation will improve upon what the previous generation leaves behind. Society’s future is the young[…] Read More →

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Stepping Into Someone Else’s Soul

There are not too many things I enjoy more than watching a really great movie. Looking up at the big silver screen, I can be kept captivated for hours.  Regardless how long it is, if it’s a truly outstanding story, I am sad when it ends.  I always want more. The[…] Read More →

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