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Doing 'Butterfly, Butterfly,,,fl... by Tara M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:18pm 1 Comment Doing 'Butterfly, Butterfly,,,fly, fly away'. I can't begin to tell you how magical our day was.....Emma Sage was besides herself dancing and singing with Elmo!  Read on »
No More Crap! by Jessica S. Posted Tue 13 Apr 2010 6:37pm How was everyone’s Tuesday? We’re almost half-way through the week!!! Wondering about the title of this post? Let me explain. My dad, a fast-food loving, Coke drinking, steak eating man, came home tonight and proclaimed as soon as he walked in the door “I’m not eating anymore crap.” To explain, he owns his own produce shipping/selling busin ... Read on »
United Church Observer: Through the Cracks: For Adults With Developmental Disabilities Gaps Remain by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Mar 2014 11:14am The United Church Observer article, Through the cracks , by  Kevin Spurgaitis,  tackles issues relating to the lack of available care for adults with severe developmental disabilities including autism disorders.  Simply by addressing, and shining a spotlight on the lack of places that can provide permanent residential care to those with aut ... Read on »
Healing Quickly The Natural Way: by Carole F. Patient Expert Posted Fri 09 May 2008 12:33pm By Carole Fogarty, Natural wisdoms: A regular feature: Thought I’d let you know why my blog activity has been quiet for the past week. My gorgeous youngest son, Jack, whilst playing tiggy (tag), broke his collar bone and fractured his shoulder. The pain was not nice and the lack of sleep for days left me in zombie land. The joys of ... Read on »
The Book of Psalms; A Priceless Jewel by Take Root and Write .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 May 2009 10:50pm The intense luminescent red color of superior rubies sought for thousands of years is one of the trinity of precious gemstones. Rubies evoke images of riches, royalty, and passionate love. Considered the king of all precious gems the ruby is one of the hardest known gemstones, along with sapphires and diamonds. A hard mineral form called al ... Read on »
Marathon Prep by Kaitlyn W. Facebook Posted Wed 16 May 2012 10:38am Today I board a plane for Portland, ME. I am pretty stoked because not only is a marathon waiting for me to run it on the other side, but my Dad will be waiting too. Although, you probably already knew that. Nothing says Maine like lobsters and Mountain Dad I’ve been getting myself ready for this marathon. When I think about it, I g ... Read on »
Brrrrrr..... by Karen M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 12 Oct 2009 10:01pm This year's Chicago Marathon was different in many ways. The most noticeable was the temperature. It was 37 at the start with wind and clouds. This year also because of training for an Iron distance race, I did not sign up. My running buddy Snips did sign up though. In my training plan, I needed to have around a 15-16 mile run. Thus I started t ... Read on »
An Impromptu Trip by Jessica S. Posted Mon 29 Mar 2010 6:16pm I’m so glad that everyone loved Tina’s guest post last night! It was fabulous, of course. And I completely agree with her; being healthy incorporates faith, fitness, AND fun! Can’t have one without the other Well you can but you know what I mean… Anywho, yesterday was perfect timing for a guest post because I ended up having to take an im ... Read on »
POTD #27 - Blue by myspecialks Posted Tue 27 Sep 2011 12:00am Wow! Kass hasn't lost all her teeth yet ? My adult teeth were all in by 5th grade!  No... is that strange?! LOL I honestly don't remember when I lost my last baby tooth. Her dentist never said anything so I guess I never questioned it. There are 20 baby teeth that fall out, right? She lost her first one when she was 5 so I just figured she was ... Read on »
Q&A #214 by myspecialks Posted Tue 27 Sep 2011 9:00pm Wow! Kass hasn't lost all her teeth yet ? My adult teeth were all in by 5th grade!  No... is that strange?! LOL I honestly don't remember when I lost my last baby tooth. Her dentist never said anything so I guess I never questioned it. There are 20 baby teeth that fall out, right? She lost her first one when she was 5 so I just figured she was o ... Read on »