Dream Big

I have an interview this week! I received an e-mail from a very well known upscale New York City fitness center last week. When I completed my personal training I signed up to be on “the list” for lack of a better term. It’s a list of recent graduates shared…

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What Disability?

I realized today I haven’t written in a couple of months. The last post was about having to stop cutting the grass. It turns out that was most likely a (delayed) reaction to the vaccine. My doctor said it wouldn’t have happened two weeks after, however, it takes two weeks…

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The Champ

One of the things I love most about social media is being able to follow other people who may have challenges and see how they’re coping and overcoming them. I had the pleasure of talking to David Stjohn aka Champ – someone who is a shining light of positivity, resilience, and…

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Performance Of The Year

Like a well scripted play  An ensemble cast of characters Performing on stage every day The self proclaimed star The party avatar Millions tuned in To what appeared to be a political win Behind closed doors Preferential tests for him and his Corruption it is Matilda’s law lasted merely a…

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Day 352

352 days working out at home. THREE HUNDRED FIFTY TWO DAYS! I remember my last gym visit so vividly. It was March 1st, 2020 and covid hadn’t really hit the U.S.A. yet. I had been following China and discussed it every day with a friend. I was afraid. I was…

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A Very Special Dog

I’m a sleeper  An eater A keeper  Couldn’t be sweeter I sleep day and night  It’s alright  Love a comfy couch  I’m no slouch  Food and naps I juggle  I’m a special Puggle  Two shots a day keeps my diabetes at bay  I don’t flinch  With love and good food It’s…

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Hope Is All We Have

Waiting for the vaccine Waiting and craving the return to “normal” And even the mundane  This is insane In our homes for nearly a year Afraid of dying, afraid to go out  Living in fear Vaccine distribution slow if not nonexistent Promises not kept 350,000 people gone While loved ones helplessly wept…

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