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Harry, use your words honey…

Coping skill #3 That saying became one often repeated in my house last fall and winter, when I had the unique priviledge of living old-school with my baby brother (17 years younger), sister-in-law and almost 2 year-old nephew.  They moved in while some work was

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Sowing your seeds…old school

Coping skill #2, Nature’s bounty How is it that something so very simple (and that I often take for granted) as the rising and shining of the sun holds such potential?  For me, it’s an instant mood elevator, so I spent most of the day

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Breathe and Believe

Coping Skill #1 The last 24 hours reminded me of this day, many Octobers ago and the last time I completed a century (105 miles) bike ride through Death Valley, CA as a fundraiser for JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation).  Death Valley, Nevada, if you

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…comes from the latin words aequus (equal) and nox (night) meaning an equal amount of light and dark.  These are special days to be revered, as they only happen twice a year.   Today, March 19, 2020 at 11:50pm EDT, in the northern hemisphere we

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