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My Father...

I looked at him. The reality sunk in. He is the one who held my index finger and introduced me to normalcy. That normalcy of life which a motherhood would fear. 435 more words

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Are you rich?

I am rich. Why would you care? Why would you tolerate the cockiness? That doesn’t change a thing. I will still stay rich.

Rich, by the abundance of love bestowed on me, by the moments of care showered on me. 93 more words

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For the Week of August 6, 2018: When the Heart Breaks: Loss of a Loved One

August 6th, and I remember that on this day, my father was born 100 years ago.  I also remember how his death from lung cancer twenty-five years ago left his family torn apart with sorrow and grief, some of the wounds never fully healed.  1,558 more words

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I lost the track...

A notion that nearly reflects my current state and being. Please do comment and share your thoughts how you felt reading it.

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I lost the track. 333 more words

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For the Week of July 30, 2018: Transitions: Matters of the Heart

Earlier this morning I participated in a conference call with a group of medical professionals in the Canadian Heart Failure community, a group tasked with creating a joint paper on Heart Failure care guidelines in Canada.  1,553 more words

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Head on with nature...

I woke up before my dream reached its climax. The sweat and the rising pulse indicated its intensity of impact. ‘What was that?’ I thought and tried to remember what pulled me out of the deep sleep. 975 more words

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For the Week of July 16, 2018: One Thing is Certain, Life Changes.

This morning, I opened my notebook for the first time in more than two weeks, a lapse created by the intensity of preparing for a move to a new apartment, then living among the boxes as we tried to make sense of fitting ourselves and our lives into a smaller space once again.  1,384 more words

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