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On Loss, Love, and Life

The four older Kimball sisters just after their mother died.

“A time to seek, and a time to lose.” (Ecclesiastes 3:6)

My mother’s mother, Grandma Ruby, was born on January 12, 1909, in a little house with a crooked brick chimney in the-middle-of nowhere, North Dakota. 2,460 more words

This Odd House The Book

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I've been bogged down, so no original post from me today. However, read this post by Kelli Worrall and then explore the rest of her blog. It's filled with amazing, personal stories. This is the moving post that won me over.

Oh, Captain, My Captain.

Robin Williams died, and it was most likely suicide. He had been struggling with depression for a long while. There’s a flood of posts on social media about how he brought laughter to others and how he was a talented soul, and I agree so heartily with those sentiments, but there’s something more that’s nagging at me right now. 301 more words


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I'd be remiss to not write about the news of Robin Williams' passing today. I honestly was not even going to post anything, but I stumbled across this well written post on Robin Williams, celebrity, and pain. By the way, Robin Williams, to me, meant Aladdin, Hook, Mrs. Doubtfire, and Jumanji, which means a nice chunk of my own childhood.

Find your fitness

Something which is very common in the fitness world, is that people copy each other. You see that someone eats a certain way and workouts in a certain way and gets great results so you do exactly the same as them. 468 more words

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Publish Paper Review 1-Exercising and Synthesis in Muscles (Workout under the skin) by Shiv Shiv

The purpose of the review is to relay to one how muscle protein turnover is regulated in humans during strenuous physical activities and how it is affected by environmental factors, such as nature of nutrients, the natural differences between males and females, the rate of production of proteins and getting older. 529 more words


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The Importance of Sports

Sitting here watching SportsCenter, all I can think about is how much I would love to be able to exercise. Playing sports and working out have played a huge role throughout my life. 476 more words

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Why I Love Running

Fact: I get really emotional at the start line of a race.

Looking around at people of all ages, sizes and backgrounds, coming together to run one unified course and do so to (usually) support a good cause is a mesmerizing display. 481 more words


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Staying Healthy at an Office Job

I just started my first full-time marketing job! Oddly enough, I wasn’t as nervous to start the actual job as I was about the sedentary work style I’d be embracing. 405 more words


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