• Singing Bloopers

    June 18, 2019

    Testing out the new microphone, sort of.

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  • Her illness does not define her

    June 16, 2019

    I’m 99% like you, but I also happen to be sick. And that doesn’t define me; it just makes me a little different. But don’t treat me like I’m “other,” please. I really don’t like it when people outwardly feel sorry for me. Or imply that I am delicate when it’s just another day for…

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  • Today’s happenings

    June 16, 2019

    What could be more exciting than me sharing about my day? First I woke up, then I brushed my teeth, then….. no I will spare you all of that. BUT a bird got into the house today, my cats were thinking it was lunch time, and it took me forever, but the birdie escaped unscathed,…

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  • Happy legs, happy life :)

    June 16, 2019

    This is going to sound strange, but I might have a slight obsession with Uniform Advantage. At least, I did when I was a CNA. I would go to buy a set of scrubs for my job and end up getting lost in there. Ooh how much is this? Do these come in other colors?…

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  • Five Feet Apart & Reflections

    June 15, 2019

    After what cystic fibrosis has stolen, I’m taking back this one thing, something just for me: one foot . -paraphrased from Five Feet Apart. Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a rare disease, and one that a lot of people, including me, might not know a lot about. Five Feet Apart brought CF out onto the big…

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  • Nice Nails in Nursing School

    June 14, 2019

    Nursing school was about to start. That means the gel nails needed to come off. But my nails were not presentable: they were rough looking and feeling. You want to present yourself as clean and polished, which helps build rapport with your patients. Last minute, I went to CVS and found this nail buffer. It…

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  • Early memories

    June 13, 2019

    I still remember the day my dad helped me make this tile. I placed my three year old hand in green paint. My dad helped steady my hand so I wouldn’t make a big mess, I think. I probably didn’t do any of the writing but the thoughts were my own. Probably. I know for…

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  • June-July Goals

    June 12, 2019

    Do well in Gerontology Class- be organized and schedule study time! Make time for friends and family regularly keep my work space tidy study at cafes, library, out of the house write 1 song per day write at least 1 blog post per week practice music daily church on Sundays speak kindly to myself record…

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  • Why Kaleidoscope Promises?

    June 10, 2019

    He made me a promise; He gave me a ring. I had my doubts about eternity, and was it even for me? And I wouldn’t wear it because if He were good, I wouldn’t have had to deal with this; I wouldn’t have had to experience that; I was misunderstood. But then he would say,…

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  • Diversity in the new ULTA Catalogue

    June 9, 2019

    I just wanted to say, thank you for adding diversity into your pages. I really appreciate it! June 2019 issue of the ULTA catalogue:

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