I will continue to always support LGBT rights for equality:)
I can appreciate Suicide Awareness. Today was Josh’s birthday – my son’s best friend. He committed suicide July 13 2020. My son and I will be doing a 5K after work today. Josh’s sister and Mom are also doing the 5K. One of my best friend’s, Nicole, her sister Maria also committed suicide. Mental health is so important and I’m glad to appreciate the advances we have made and continue to make.
Thank you everyone for all your comments. I appreciate it very much. We had a very nice walk – we walked to a pretty park, Riverhills Park. It was so hot out and after working all day I was tired, but at the same time, I’m proud that I did it, on his birthday too:)
I was always under the impression not to have envy. Envy and jealousy are two of the ‘bad’ emotions. One learns that nothing positive comes from them.
Seeing the good in people makes my heart sing.
Not sure as it is very early in the morning… I tend to think deeply at night while I’m laying in bed. Have a good week everyone:)
My body because Aunt Flo is visiting and is unwanted and I’m ready for her to leave.
Heavy metal music:)
Yesterday – I brought in positivity notes for everyone at work – they loved them:) I’m bringing more today. My daughter had given me a Positivity Jar with these cute folded cardboard sayings. Well, the jar accidentally broke so I had them just laying in a bowl and I thought I’m gonna start giving these out and I did:)
Stop using plastic utensils -use bamboo ones:)
Seeing others serve is inspiring:)
I agree. I plan on making a donation today – I came across a news article on www.pauliespush.com – this man was a flight attendant and worked the Boston to NY flight often. He is walking and pushing a drink cart from Boston to NY’s Ground Zero. He is bringing attention to all the flight attendants from that day. (much attention is on first responders, rightly so, but the flight attendants seem forgotten.
“Gratefulness is a wonderful salve for even life’s sorest hurts and disappointments…” Love this!
Thank you Ose and bright blessings to you as well:)
Thank you Mica:)
Good for you!! I will have my fingers crossed and say a prayer for a smooth transition. You are doing the right thing Dusty Su:)
I totally can relate to this working in a Tissue Bank (and past Forensic processing) dealing with death everyday. When I worked at a Forensic Lab we would get decomposed blood that was gassy and sometimes the top of the tubes would pop off – we would refer to that as fart blood – it smelled bad to say the least.
I, too, relate to this -always being the one asking how everyone is and not having it being reciprocated.
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