Life is Grace

“Tell me, what is it you plan to do/ with your one wild and precious life?” (Mary Oliver)

  Great list. I think I can handle it. http://themighty.com/2015/12/11-things-people-with-chronic-illnesses-need-to-do/ via 11 Things People With Chronic Illnesses Need to DO — fabwithfibro Hey fibro friends, I found this on a terrific fibro blog I discovered today, called “Fab with Fibro” (which is what we all want to be, right?); the link is from The Mighty, one of …

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Originally posted on Flourish with Fibro's Blog:
Fibromyalgia is a widely misunderstood condition that causes widespread pain and fatigue. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, you may come across some myths and misconceptions while trying to learn all you can about the condition. Here are the top 5 myths I…

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Friday Five: Pets (Per Sophia over at RevGalBlogPals…) My son’s tiny beloved lizard, Elf, is looking and acting strange this week. His skin/scales are quite dark, and he is lethargic. We are adding vitamin drops to his lettuce and spinach and hoping and praying that he is just getting ready to shed his skin–but it’s …

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Oops! I made out my resolution list several weeks ago and then completely forgot to post it. I’ve never made birthday resolutions before, but hitting a milestone birthday has inspired me to take stock of where I am and where I want to go. So here goes! Keep up with gratitude journal somedays Complete adoption …

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Only 2% of the world population are natural redheads. 4% of the American population are natural redheads. The “ginger gene,” the gene responsible for red hair, was discovered by Jonathan Rees at the University of Edinburgh. In 2001 an Irish judge fined a man for disorderly conduct, stating, “I am a firm believer that hair …

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