SDR UPDATE – TEN WEEKS POST-OP: Here I am jumping for joy in physical therapy (PT) at Plantation Medical Rehab & Wellness. Although I could jump before the surgery (not sure if I could jump up on a step), I would not have been able to do this three weeks ago due to lack of
March is Cerebral Palsy Awareness month. My SDR surgery is on March 29…19 days away and counting! Read my CP story for updates!
Resolution: “A course of action determined or decided on.” As 2012 comes to a close, we start to think about our resolutions for the new year. Work out three times a week. Lose 10 pounds. Eat more fruits and vegetebales. Most likely, you carry the same resolutions from year to year. Forget New Year’s resolutions.
“Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” ~St. Francis of Assisi~ Today is the nine month anniversary of my blog. It is also the day I received news that will dramatically change my life. I am a candidate for Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR), a surgical procedure
I am delighted to share that I am the first featured Wonderful Woman over at A Guide 4 Women. I am honored that a fellow blogger chose me to debut this new section on her site. Alicia is wonderful! Contact her if you want to nominate a wonderful woman in your life.
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April is National Poetry Month. I am honored to be reading poetry for Women Inspiring Women’s “Unleashing the Goddess Within” special event. Ladies, please RSVP by April 17. Let’s unleash the goddess within all of us! 🙂 Here is the information: • THE LAST DATE FOR PURCHASE IS APRIL 17, 2012. • WE ONLY HAVE
“As I grow older, I pay less attention to what men say. I just watch what they do.” — Andrew Carnegie These days, it seems everyone has an opinion on just about anything. I do not have a problem with people expressing their thoughts on a particular topic. I have a problem with people who
While doing laundry, I had a brief conversation with my neighbor, Gary, who said women don’t know what they want. I disagreed, telling him that women most certainly do know what they want. We are not that difficult to figure out and neither are men. The NAKED TRUTH about relationships is this: we are all