Tag Archives: life changes

Random Stop Syndrome

While at a conference in Las Vegas, I experience a phenomenon I refer to as “Random Stop Syndrome”.  While walking through the casinos people would come to a sudden and complete stop for no apparent reason setting off a chain … Continue reading

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Putting yourself on hold and dealing with the unexpected

This post comes from the archives but since I’m dealing with major pain and flu-like symptoms this week, I thought I’d dig it back out. Heck, it’s good enough to re-hash!  Caring for others most often changes “Life as we … Continue reading

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Don’t be a dream killer

I watched the movie Secretariat and I was going to immediately write a post about it and then was side-tracked. Lately, things seem to run together in my life with so much going on – sometimes it seems like one big BLUR. … Continue reading

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S.O.S. I shouldn’t be alive

Okay I admit it, I love Animal Planet, Discovery Channel and the History Channel and I tend to overdose on these over the weekend. I find them truly fascinating. A few months back I shared the true story of Aron … Continue reading

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