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  • Commentary:No Safe Place

    “After another deadly weekend,mass shootings across the country,we know–oh, how we know–how high the stakes,how polarized the public:the desperation for liberty, equality, and justiceand the rage and backlash against it.”― Shellen Lubin This is not an article about the second ammendent of the USA Constitution, but rather an observance from someone who looks from afar. Nobody […]

  • A Re-Blog: My Code Of Honor

    ***I have posted this twice before, but because there are many new to this blog I feel it needs to be posted again. I needed to do some editing because some links no longer exist.*** We should live, act, and say nothing to the injury of anyone. It is not only best as a matter […]

  • Knowing Our Past, Guide to Your Future

    “Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.”― Søren Kierkegaard I am old enough to remember watching the nightly news with my parents as they re-played the most shocking news of the day, President Richard Nixon resigns as of noon the next day. I once saw a sign on the fridge of […]

  • Expanding The Issues

    As long as inequality and other social problems plague us, populists will try to exploit them. Kofi AnnanRead more at https://www.brainyquote.com/topics/social-problems-quotes I either heard or read this: “if you don’t stand for something, you will fall for everything”!(author unknown) America Has Been Here Before In the early twentieth century three major movie studios were established. […]

  • If— 

    If you can keep your head when all about you        Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,    If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,     But make allowance for their doubting too;    If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,     Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies,

  • Dateline: Sunday September 4, 2022

    “Your mental wellbeing should be one of the most important cares in your life.” ― Germany Kent The past several weeks have been very tiring. The main issue, migraine headaches! This one lasting four weeks plus! I was so thrilled when I learned I now have one thousand plus follow!, Thank you to everyone! My […]

  • Commentary: I Am Not A Woman

    This is not a post where I give my approval or disapproval to the issue of abortion. It is a post that I have been giving thought to since yesterday, Friday, morning. I ask you not to infer one way or the other of where I may stand. “I recognize no rights but human rights […]

  • Social Media; Mass Shooters and Manifestos

    We need to start identifying the triggers that aggravate mental health issues in our society – bullying, social media negativity and anxiety, gender based violence, substance abuse, stigma around issues such as maternal issues, etc., and we need to speak up about these more and get to the source of the problems. Sanam SaeedRead more […]

  • Commentary: When Words Are Not Enough

    ” I’m sorry for your loss!” “My condolences!” “I will be praying for you!” Once again America is in shock, another mass shooting at an elementary school. Twenty-one lives gunned down, twenty-one persons who will not be at home. All twenty-one were looking forward to the end of the school year this Thursday. The three […]

  • Call Out For Young Bloggers

    “Blogs are whatever we make them. Defining ‘Blog’ is a fool’s errand.” – Michael Conniff I would like to put out a call for all young bloggers. Your topic is not important, writing style will not be criticized. I remember those early days of my blogging. Sometimes I wondered if anyone would ever read anything […]

  • Thoughts About My Blog & It’s Evolvement.

    Comment on the post “Open For Suggestions” – Ashley L. Peterson – I’m drawing a bit of a blank, but maybe something about how blogging has evolved for you over the years, and what’s changed or stayed the same? This post was inspired by the afore comment. I started this blog after a session of […]

  • Open For Suggestions!

    You may have noticed this week that I have not been writing posts. Instead I have been using motivational messages. At the moment I am at an impasse for ideas for my blog. This is where, you the reader/follow can help! I am asking for your suggestions on ideas I could use for things to […]

  • Motivational Poem- “Don’t Quit-Jill Wolf”

    Don’t quit when the tide is lowest,For it’s just about to turn;Don’t quit over doubts and questions,For there’s something you may learn.Don’t quit when the night is darkest,For it’s just a while ’til dawn;Don’t quit when you’ve run the farthest,For the race is almost won.Don’t quit when the hill is steepest,For your goal is almost […]

  • Clarification – Comments On Subject

    Lately I have been having difficulty approving some comments. These comments were not harassment, or even vulgar. What the issue with these is, that they are totally irrelevant to the subject of the post. It is true that when I started this blog that my intention was to speak to issues concerning Biblical thoughts. Yes, […]

  • Eleven Years & Still Going

    I have now been on WordPress for eleven years. I have learned lots since I have begun to blog. I have received help from many. Some gave me insight on how to use Categories and also Tags. I have found my style in how I write and post to my blog. I want to say, […]

  • Influenced? Influencer?

    Power is a tool, influence is a skill; one is a fist, the other a fingertip. Nancy Gibbs This is not about mental health. It is not about my recovery. It is about two words, influenced and influencer. I am not a professional marketer. In secondary school I did, however, I took marketing classes for […]

  • Some Thoughts Since I Last Posted

    I have enjoyed my time to re-connect with friends, to spend some time finding myself. I have kept myself busy reading, listening to some of my favorite music, and also, my break from watching cable news. I feel great and I have been adjusting to life without pain, or heavy pain killers. I still am […]

  • Can’t Wait…Look Out Summer

    “What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.” – John Steinbeck First, I went for my vaccination on the 14th. I was given the AstraZeneca vaccine. I did not experience any side affects, not even a tender spot. I really didn’t even feel the needle go in. […]

  • Great News, Hip Surgery May 3, 2021

    This morning the phone rang. It was the scheduling O.R. office. It was to inform me that my surgery will take place on May 3rd here in our hospital. On Monday I will be at the hospital to go through all the pre-op procedures. This will be around six hours of tests and such. They […]

  • “Frustration” Is The Word For This Week!

    It has been one hell of a week for me. I have been without access to my internet since Monday. I really didn’t care on Monday because I spent most of the day resting in bed. But Tuesday I tried to login to my internet and absolutely blocked. I tried everything I had learned over […]

  • Update- The Hospital Is No Picnic

    Back in March when I was having such great pain my friend took the lead and spoke with my surgeon’s office. She gave me a date to see him, which was today. I was up early because it takes me a long time to get myself moving. Along with a couple of cups of coffee […]

  • What A Week!

    I have had one crazy week. There has been some good things happen, but there has been some totally frustrating things. Let’s start with the frustration. Twice this week the power has gone out, once while I was trying to write a post. When the power went out it has done something to my wi-fi […]

  • Book Review – Managing the Depression Puzzle

    For the past several days I spent the better part of them reading the book, “Managing the Depression Puzzle” written by Ashley L. Peterson(blog: www.mentalhealthathome.org). On the first night I decided to write a review, this is something I have not done. ***I have not received compensation, or was asked to write an review of […]