My son is on Spring Break this week. He’s such an amazing lil guy and warm spirit. He was kind to accompany me on my walk yesterday and also today. 298 more words
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“All hands emergency: The Office of Special Affairs is on an urgent recruit cycle to bring some new bodies into the most badly overworked area in the Church.” 255 more words
I must admit that, two months following Super Bowl XLVIII, I’m still flying high from our Seattle Seahawks’ resounding victory. The win has also served to take some of the sting out of my Kansas Jayhawks’ second-round loss in the NCAA national basketball tournament several weeks ago. 337 more words
…and the following story is living proof of the miraculous!
Those of you who follow my blog will know that we have been on quite the journey lately with regards to Jake, his breathing issues, his sleep study, and consequently his diagnosis of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (or OSA). 822 more words
Most of us experience severe snoring sleeping. The nasal blockage tends to have our mouth open and breathe heavily with grunts and groans orally. Not in every case this is just a regular snoring habit, but many people have breathing impairments or infrequent exchange of gases during sleep. 177 more words