Monthly Archives: December 2013

Searching for eXcellence

Even in difficult times, it is a gift to search for excellence. A friend posted the question to Facebook: Whatever happened to excellence? This person has an eXcellent version of how they see eXcellence. Let nothing stop you from being … Continue reading

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Wishing and Wondering

The grass is always greener on the other side. Or it could be the greenest under your own two feet. When you’re afflicted with a potentially deadly disease, you are possibly filled with what-ifs and why-me. “For all those who … Continue reading

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Or vomet. The next time you think you want to complain about “a hard pill to swallow” remember this. . . “It sucks to upchuck.” PS. This was my favorite of all the letters. Tweet

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When you don’t understand something, you ask questions. Why is something happening to me? Why is my cancer coming back? Why am I not getting better? Why hasn’t a cure been found? Tweet

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They keep it real. They don’t hide the facts. They encourage each other. They cry when they’re sad. They laugh when they’re overjoyed. They live to go on. They dedicate their plaque to the memory of those who have died. … Continue reading

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