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Moving Forward

Sometimes we’re just stuck. The past may have been painful, but the future is a question mark–we prefer the known to the unknown. If you think about it, this is a truth that applies to any change in our lives–leaving one job for a new one, moving from one location to another–it’s a leap of faith. 47 more words

C.S. Lewis

Speaking of Happiness

If you read this title and your first thought was Gloria Lynne – message me, we’re meant to be best friends forever. This post isn’t a play on her song, I just wanted to let you all know I found happiness without directly typing out that “I found happiness,” because lame and uninteresting. 563 more words


I loved the “monkey bars” when I was a kid. Grasping onto one bar, swinging to the next, moving along. We used to challenge ourselves to skip increasing numbers of bars. 114 more words

Chapter 3.10- Returning to the workforce

Adam achieved his aspiration

He loves to sit on the monkey bars

Arabella chats with older brother Aric

Alec gets an A

Arabella dances

Arabella and Aric eat their lunch on the sofa with their hands… 45 more words

Legacy Challenge

It's All Relativity: The Backstory Behind 'The Monkey Bars'

By Ken Zurski

Mathematician Charles Howard Hinton was both equally fascinated and frustrated by the concept of the fourth dimension, also known as the “other dimension,” or the one dimension of time and space that no one had been able to verify or explain. 802 more words

Alter Post: Shoulder pain, monkey bars, & body memories

When you were a little kid, did you ever want to play on the monkey bars?  Or go to gymnastics/tumbling class and do backward rolls?  Climb ropes or rope ladders at the parks?   1,265 more words

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