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I highly recommend Tami Principe’s book, ‘The Green Rabbit’, a book reminiscent of time honored children’s tales interwoven with truths regarding vital safety information - that may one day save your child’s life.  It teaches children in a delightful and entertaining way with the same parenting skills once passed down from parents of old with more time and wisdom on their hands than money; and though today’s parents still care – there’s not always time to teach the obvious.  Tami goes yet one step further, updating ‘warnings’ unknown of in yesterday’s world. ~ John Borgstedt, author of, “I Love You Mom-Please Don’t Break My Heart.”



A Window Left Open for Forgiveness

Sometimes, when you hear devastating news about someone you love, you know what you feel in your heart, but the right words don’t come forth or they just don’t sound right or the wrong words are spoken.   If this happens, don’t despair.  It is not a relationship that is now lost.  Look at it as if a window had been left open for love, compassion and forgiveness to enter.

For the person whom words were spoken, although it is hard, don’t take it personally.  It is not about you; your illness made others face their own mortality and the decisions that they have made throughout their life.  It makes them face things that they don’t want to face or they are not yet prepared to face.

The truth is, it hurts their soul to see you have to go through this.  They would rather see you happy and enjoying life, doing what you love to do, rather than face your illness.


A Lifetime

A lifetime of love begins with a single step, a journey of a thousand miles.  A new experience offers a thrill and an adventure.  A tiny, precious hand to hold is all grown up now.  A smile when you hear those special words make your heart skip a beat.

A day at the office, a night on the town, children tucked in their beds, running errands and paying bills, time to retire for the evening, all in a day’s work.

Precious moments shared, memories made, love and laughter and an, “always”.  A lifetime of grinding it, making it and shaking it, just seems to have flown by.  Words left unspoken always leaves you wondering, “why.”



I strongly believe we are here on this earth to live life to its fullest; to feel, love, share, and to grow.  Even a bad day is a temporary thing; it makes us appreciate a good day.  To live, show love, and be grateful for all things keeps you grounded.  To be aware, not only of yourself, but of others, their needs, their dreams and goals and help them obtain them.  You will feel gratitude for helping someone to succeed and they will feel gratitude for your help.


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