Monthly Archives: July 2016

I See You. Teach Me to Know You.

I am spending more time than usual thinking about my world these days.  I am intentionally slowing myself down and listening very closely to what people have to say.  I am paying closer attention to the words they use.  Their mannerisms.  The … Continue reading

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Keeping It Real: Part 2

The following will be printed out and signed by my fellow dialysis patients and given to the staff at the unit.  Because I am asked frequently what it is like in the dialysis room, I leave a copy here as part … Continue reading

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Who Decides?

Yesterday I was asked, “Mo, would you rather do the right thing or do something right?”  To which I immediately responded, “Both!”  And then I was promptly reprimanded and told that I had to answer one or the other. After … Continue reading

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The Wisdom Behind a Power Washer

I crossed off an item on my bucket list today!  I used a power washer!  🙂 You know how in a cartoon, if a character were to use a power washer, they would probably make him fly all over the … Continue reading

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The Visible vs. The Invisible

I took care of a friend’s Wheaton terrier, Jake, this weekend.  The two of us did a lot of walking together.  I took him hiking to a place I had never been before and the two of us got lost in … Continue reading

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#1! It’s Not Always About YOU

Have you heard the story of the young boy who set out to save the starfish washed up on the beach one day?  He walked along the ocean’s edge, throwing as many starfish as he possibly could back into the … Continue reading

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Pizza Prowl #2

I was in the city this past weekend.  Over the years, I have discovered various corners where homeless people always seem to migrate.  Yesterday, when I drove by one corner in particular, I noticed one of “the regulars” holding up a sign.  … Continue reading

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