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Susan Simpfenderfer
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You Say It's Your Birthday!
I had a birthday this past Friday. I'm now officially in my 50s and, as my father says, the alternative isn't attractive, so you may has well keep going. As you get older, time passes more quickly. We all say that so often, we're all tied of saying it.  So ...
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The Results
Today was the day and to cut to the chase: the man is going to have a glorious summer without visits to receive any cancer treatments. How lucky is he and are we? I am sending out many prayers to the many I know who haven't been so lucky. Now, honestly, the...
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Mothers' Day, Perennial Flowers, and Perennial Perspective
OK, so it may be meltdown time again if I think too hard about the doctor appointment we have on Wednesday to find out the results of his biopsy. The key is to not think too much about it, I think, because I have way too much to do this week in general--the...
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Mother's Day, Gardening, Marriage and OCD
Mother's Day--pretty much still my favorite holiday along with loving May in general. There is Mother's Day, then my birthday right after that, and in the mountains here, it's when I can finally garden with little fear of frost. I say little because just tw...
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From the Heart with Prayer-- Physically, Spiritually, and a Little Bullying
I guess when it rains it pours, so goes the saying. It's not raining in my house for a change, and my husband is making a fabulous recovery from a ridiculously invasive biopsy. He feels so good that he drove today 2.5 hours to pick up our middle child to br...
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Lord Farqwad and the Imaginary Brakes
bi·op·sy     [ bahy -op-see ]     Show IPA   Medicine/Medical   . noun,   plural   bi·op·sies. 1. the   removal   for   diagnostic   study   of   a   piece   of   tissue   from   a   living   body. (Courtesy of dictionary.com) And so it's over and this time...
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