A Letter for All Fibro

*From the Archives of Just Us Owls* From Sue a letter written for all of us Fibro-Warriors! Fibromyalgia? Because you asked... Dear Concerned, You’ve recently asked me about fibromyalgia and I’m sure you’re wondering what all the hype is about. While most people have heard of it by now, that doesn’t mean they know what it [...]

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Maundy Thursday 2019

Maundy Thursday Celebrant: Rt. Rev. Edward L. Tatro, Jr. Processional Hymn: Meekness and Majesty Celebrant: Bless the Lord who forgiveth all our sins; His mercy endureth forever. Celebrant: Almighty Father, whose dear Son, on the night before he suffered, instituted the Sacrament of his Body and Blood: Mercifully grant that we may receive it thankfully [...]

I Want to See Heaven, 5th Sunday of Lent.

The Fifth Sunday of Lent Celebrant: Rt. Rev. Edward L. Tatro, Jr., D.Div. Processional Hymn: Forty Days and Forty Nights Celebrant: Bless the Lord who forgiveth all our sins; His mercy endureth forever. The Celebrant says: Almighty God, to you all hearts are open, all desires known, and from whom no secrets are hid: Cleanse [...]

Laetare Sunday, The Fourth Sunday of Lent

The Fourth Sunday of Lent: Laetare Sunday Celebrant: +Rt. Rev. Edward L. Tatro, Jr., D.Div. Processional Hymn: In Christ there is No East or West Celebrant: Bless the Lord who forgiveth all our sins; His mercy endureth forever. The Celebrant says: Almighty God, unto whom all hearts are open, all desires known, and from whom [...]

Finding My Way Back 3rd Sunday of Lent

The Third Sunday in Lent 2019 Celebrant: Archbishop Rt. Rev. Edward L. Tatro, Jr., D.Div. Processional: Lord Throughout These Forty Days Bishop: Bless the Lord who forgiveth all our sins ; His mercy endureth forever. Bishop: Almighty God, unto whom all hearts are open, all desires known, and from whom no secrets are hid: Cleanse [...]

The Heart of Dixie

We've made it to Montgomery as of last week.  Alabama is the heart of Dixie and we couldn't be more pleased to be here!  We are settling in nicely and rather quickly for the most part. I'm still slowly getting my office/ham shack set up. We still have some adjusting to do but we are [...]

Why I Posh

My darling sister works hard both in studying for her college degree, taking care of her children but also educating people on the products of Posh and how to properly care for your skin.

my adventures as a mom

Why am I reblogging about skincare from Perfectly Posh? Why am I writing about Posh so much? Being a part of the Perfectly Posh team, Team Poshtopia means I can stay home and concentrate on my school while taking care of my kids. It means that I’m available if my son is having a rough day at school and if either of my kids is sick. It means I don’t have to call out of work or leave early. Things are tough for kids these days. I enjoy being there for them. I enjoy the fact that my daughter can be a girly girl and not put harsh chemicals on her face at 8 years old. It means I can teach her young how to care for herself.  It means my son with environmental/seasonal allergies can also use the products. He can also learn to take care of himself and…

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The Last Sunday of Alleluia, Transfiguration Sunday

The Last Sunday of Alleluia, Transfiguration Sunday Celebrant: Rt. Rev. Edward L. Tatro, Jr., D.Div. The Responses of the Faithful are in Italics Processional Hymn: To God Be The Glory https://youtu.be/-15v9iworAU Bishop: Blessed be God:  Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. And blessed be his kingdom, now and forever. Amen. The Celebrant says: Almighty God, to [...]

The Perfect Skincare Routine For Morning & Night — Poshtopia

my adventures as a mom

Skin care can be so confusing. Cleansers, toners, serums, creams, primers, masks, and more! Where do you start, what do you need, and does order matter?

via The Perfect Skincare Routine For Morning & Night — Poshtopia

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H(Cr)appy holidays

Please stop by and visit my dear brother Martin’s 2018 year post.

Mavadelo's mindscape

Hello my friends and followers

Here I am after a long time, wanting to give you all an update on my life.

as you know my wife is disabled, This started about 15 years ago and until about a year ago this was a stable situation. Although things didn’t improve, they didn’t go worse either. Well… that changed dramatically. Last winter and spring Lijda got more pain in places she never had them. Her joints mostly but also stomach and headaches. We kind of brushed it of as a flu type of thing and carried on as always. Then suddenly around June Lijda woke up one morning asking if I could help her to the toilet. I was unable, there was not a single muscle working in her body and most worrying of all, she was bloody hot and I am not talking looks.

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So I called an ambulance. When…

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An Interesting Ride

On Sunday 16 December 2018 I was rushed to hospital and have been admitted to Palm Bay Community Hospital. I collapsed and had three grandmas seizures and three small after shocks and my floor nurse thinks I may have had a small stroke, Snowie thinks that too. I was given morphine, oxygen and IV Keppra. [...]