Two years ago my friend Molly and her family started a program called Bundle Up to help the homeless stay warm during the cold winter months. The idea stemmed from Molly’s daughter Izzy who was heartbroken as she learned about people without homes. For the past two years they have donated hundreds of blankets, gloves,… Continue reading Bundle Up Boston
We were not honoring our true family legend at the time. Life was moving fast and happening to us, we were not living it. I have found that it takes an incredible amount of clarity, bravery, and faith to make the changes needed to continue to live the life you are meant to live.
Fooled be not-money will never learn the lessons for you. It is up to YOU to learn them. How much you learn depends on your effort and determination. The difference maker is tenacity and passion and desire and consistency, not money.
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An Open Letter to Steve Jobs,
Just a suburban mom from the east coast here with a dire need to thank you! See, a little over nine years ago my son Stephen was born with albinism. At the time my husband and I knew nothing at all about the genetic condition we passed on to our son. We had only the information the doctors gave us.
And what they gave us was a lot of “nevers” and “unlikelys”.
He will never drive a car because his vision is actually considered to be blind, legally speaking. He may not rise a bike or play sports of any kind. It is unlikely he will read well as access to enlarged print is very expensive and difficult to order.
We could not know, that a man with a brilliant mind, was rapidly changing the way the world would communicate, watch tv, listen to…
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An Open Letter to Steve Jobs, Just a suburban mom from the east coast here with a dire need to thank you! See, a little over nine years ago my son Stephen was born with albinism. At the time my husband and I knew nothing at all about the genetic condition we passed on to… Continue reading The Magic Apple
Dear Stephen and Joseph,
Your third and first grade school year is coming to an end. There is a little bit more than usual going on right now, as there usually is this time of the year. We have ice cream parties and field day mixed in with birthday celebrations and spring concerts. Then there are the baseball games and track meets and don’t forget flag football playoffs. Oh and for a little extra on top this year we are also preparing for our Spark Friends to come and visit next week. We are training our precious puppies and rearranging some of the rooms in the house. I often wonder what that feels like to you guys. Is it exciting? annoying? exhausting? Do you even notice? Is it hard to keep going to sleep at the same time even though the sun stays up so much later now?
I can tell…
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Perfect re-read for m this morning. Source: 12 Ways to Stop Wasting Time and Get More Done