Anxiety, holding Magnifying Glass. Studio Shot Have you ever done something so risky that you were unaware of until you stopped took time and think about it and really analyze what you just did? Let me give you an example and I know I am not the only person this has happened to but ever… Continue reading Anxiety – my ignorance was bliss
Pain caused by emotional distress is more deeply felt and longer lasting than that caused by physical injuries, according to a new study. Aug 28, 2008. Read Now having been through both I can understand why research says this. If there is anything I have learned about pain in my life is that, unless you experience that specific kind of pain you… Continue reading P.A.I.N.
I am sure everyone can remember where they were on 9-11-2001 but how many remember the first attack in 1993? I do because it was a work day for me February 26,1993 at Strawberry's Clothing store. My very first job in High School. I started out in Brooklyn NY downtown store, November 1992 but after… Continue reading 9-11
Sickle Cell Anemia 101
What is Sickle Cell Anemia? Sickle cell anemia, or sickle cell disease (SCD), is a genetic disease of the red blood cells (RBCs). Normally, RBCs are shaped like discs, which gives them the flexibility to travel through even the smallest blood vessels. However, with this disease, the RBCs have an abnormal crescent shape resembling a… Continue reading Sickle Cell Anemia 101
Recovery week 8
Happy Sabbath/Saturday (this is a short post) I swear this is taking way longer than I anticipated. My doctor did explain that even if I had the same name surgeries done, the healing and recovery time can be very very different, but geezzee Louise it's annoying. Anyway, pain has felt a lot better in fact… Continue reading Recovery week 8
Teaching isn’t my job, it’s tied to my purpose.
Tomorrow begins the new academic year for school in my district. Part of me is excited and part of me is still physically healing, so I am concerned how I will begin this year. A random stranger from this game app I play "words with friends", asked what do I occupation wise, I said substitute… Continue reading Teaching isn’t my job, it’s tied to my purpose.
Trusting Good in a Physical World
I think one of the most difficult things that a human being encounters is the notion of faith and belief. Because of our human nature and the physiology of the human creation, we are created with senses. We are naturally inclined to hear, smell, taste, touch, and see. The more I mature in my walk with the Lord,… Continue reading Trusting Good in a Physical World
Gems for life
Whenever I think about myself or anyone going through the valley of drybones, broken dreams and dried up hope, there is a scripture that refreshesthe soul. "The LORD will guide you continually, watering your life when youare dry and keeping you healthy, too. You will be like a well- wateredgarden, like an ever-flowing spring." Isaiah… Continue reading Gems for life
Recovery week 7
Ready or not here I come! Week let's just say I am 75% ready because school begins on Monday and it's back to the classroom I go. This week has been a far better pain week than the last. Why? you ask? because I decided to try something natural, from mother-nature, many times we forget… Continue reading Recovery week 7
I declare war
Good Morning all, happy Sabbath, Saturday to all. I can never start my day without a devotional, it is my armor I have to put on before my foot hit the floor. Today I am declaring war!! I / De / Clare / War In the words of Warren Wiersbe: "The Christian life is not… Continue reading I declare war
Woman Crush Wednesday (#WCW)
#WCW WCW means “Woman Crush Wednesday.” It is a widely used as a hashtag on social media to tag pictures and post of women people attractive or that they admire. It is a form of informal award or a simple way of posting your admiration for a lady. The use of the hashtag #WCW started… Continue reading Woman Crush Wednesday (#WCW)
Recovery Week 5 and 6
PS: I started week 5 last week but was in too much pain to finish writing ... so forward today week 6 Today (last week) is five weeks since my shoulder replacement surgery, I have been working hard at home with my exercises and also in the Physical Therapy office but still I find no… Continue reading Recovery Week 5 and 6
How are you doing?
How are you doing?, Is the most common greeting besides hello, which is then most times followed by How are you doing? but do people really care how one is doing, or they say it out of common courtesy. Normally, the answer to that is " I am fine, or well, or good" but are… Continue reading How are you doing?
Fascination with the body
TIME LINE: Sickle cell has me fascinated by how the body works. It also proves to me the power in God's healing if you are faithful. Ending of 2016, I had back pain that I couldn't describe or explain .. went on into 2017. This is when I first learned about Avascular Necrosis (AVN) in… Continue reading Fascination with the body
Going through hell
Devotional Going Through Hell You know when you’re in the thick of it—facing tough financial circumstances, or maybe a problem with work or a relationship, or a health issue or an addiction? You know that “I just don’t know what to do” feeling? Most of us do, maybe all of us. The thing is, we actually do know… Continue reading Going through hell
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