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Thanks for the Giving…

November 27, 2019
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There’s so very much to be thankful for…


Domestic Violence — When Love Goes Wrong

November 10, 2019
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Carol found herself in a cycle of violence from the time she was a child. By adulthood, she had already experienced multiple beatings and hospitalizations.

In the most recent attack, her husband beat her with a board, leaving her with permanent brain damage and a life-long disability.

As a result of her injury, she now has frequent seizures, difficulty with balance, and is terrified to leave her home for fear of having a seizure or falling.


Chicken Soup for the Soul…

May 2, 2019
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I’m off to take care of my niece who has ongoing tonsillitis. 

To offer a little comfort and care.

And what better way than a batch of homemade chicken soup?

This recipe is relatively quick and easy to make.

Try it:


Happy New Year!

January 1, 2017
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New year’s blessings to all my Epilepsy Talk friends.


In Memory of Connie Johnson…

February 29, 2016
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“The more you give, the more you get. And the more you have to give back.”

In other words, love is infinite.


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How to Stay Young

February 19, 2010
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Here are some inspired ideas by George Carlin on how to stay young. I think they’re brilliant. Now if we could all manage to do this, maybe we would live a little longer!


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