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“Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any one thing.”

Abraham Lincoln,  16th President of the United States… 669 more words


Don't give up just because of what someone said. Use that as motivation to try harder.

Did you know that you could do anything just by working hard and believing you can.

 You can do anything . You can make your wildest dreams come true. 290 more words

Be Yourself

Raising your vibration!

In the same way we shift our thoughts from negative to positive we also raise our vibrations. Learning to raise our vibrations is important because a lot of the time we put things we want or people we admire and strive to be like on a pedestal. 416 more words

Intangible Balance

Month 34 in Stroke Recovery 

At this stage it’s mostly smooth sailing. I’m able to incorporate therapy into all my every day activities and it’s almost kind of mind blowing. The only real hitch something minor: the stroke affected side will occasionally go completely numb at any point during the day.The first time it happened I was pretty concerned, but it’s happening less often for shorter amounts of time so I’m not as concerned as my neurologist. 284 more words

Daily Life Of Me


“You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don’t try.”

 Beverly Sills, America’s Queen of Opera

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” 473 more words

The Art Of Becoming A Wildflower

Can things get worse ???

Yes things seem to get as bad as possible , before they get better . I was working on a few things , on afternoon when I started getting chest pains , it wasn’t the first time , so I ignored the pain for a few hours , the pain subsided a little , so I went on with my day , I went and layed down for a little while , I woke up gasping for air , with chest pain , I couldn’t breath , sharp pain , I tried not to panic , but it got worse , I had to call the ambulance , well low and behold , I had two large blood clots in both lungs , Yale took it much more serious than I did , they did a few different tests , and put me on I.V , blood thinners , I refused pain medication , well five days later they released me from the hospital , I have to take blood thinning medication for three months to start , they kept saying it was life threatening , to me it was just another day in my life , now I have a whole set of new problems , moral of the story , just keep swinging , its just another round in a fight that has ten thousand rounds , or like the little red train going up the big hill , you know he makes it with little help , you can do anything if you put your mind to it , just another day , another story !!