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#HAWMC #Sunday Selfie #Marriage #Caregiver

The WEGOHEALTH Activist 30-Day Writing Challenge, Day 27  “Sunday Selfie: Post your favorite picture of yourself. Don’t be shy, it’s time to shine!” This is easy. My wedding day. Not a selfie.  It’s my favorite picture of myself because I … Continue reading

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#HAWMC The White Chocolate Swan   by Janice Tindle 

The WEGOHEALTH Activist 30 Day Writing Challenge Day 13   “What’s the best thing that happened to you this week? Maybe you got great news or maybe ice cream was on sale- write about it and relive it!” She was a … Continue reading

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#HAWMC  A Letter To My Best Healthcare Provider   by Janice Tindle 

The WEGOHEALTH Activist 30/Day Writing Challenge Day 12 “Time to get real.Write a letter to the best or worst healthcare professional you’ve seen. Don’t hold back!”  Dear Sue,  When I looked at this Writing Challenge, my first thought was to … Continue reading

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HAWMC Day 6 “Wonder Woman” by Janice Tindle 

The WEGOHEALTH Activist 30 Day Writing Challenge Day 6  “Superpower Sunday! If you had a superpower – what would it be? How would you use it?” This is easy. Do you remember the Micheal Keaton movie “Multipilicity?” He wished for … Continue reading

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Dear Lord, Please Grant Me Patience      by Janice Tindle

Please grant me patience to deal with my brain, Because the world goes by like a loud freight train. Please grant me patience to deal with my heart, Because I can never seem to finish the projects that I start. … Continue reading

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This Blog just received a WEGO Nomination! 

This blog was nominated for Best In Show: Blog! Whoo Hoo! It IS an honor to be nominated! Thank you! Here’s the description:  “Whose blog do you absolutely love? Their writing is exceptional, their “voice” admirable, and their writing is … Continue reading

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Goodbye 2015    by Janice Tindle

As I enter into 2016, I do so with great determination, staking my claim on hope.   It took five long years of hard work and great courage to meet the challenges of the devastating effects of a misdiagnosis and … Continue reading

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