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Basics, remember the basics

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Stuff that's going on around and emotions that present to your mind... are just stuff. Like a baby, your body needs to be taken care of, no matter what.

* You need to drink your water.
* You need to eat a balanced, nutritious menu.
* You need to get up and move around.
* You need to breathe.

and You need to sleep.

Take care of you, for without taking care of those basic physical needs, you won't be taking care of whatever that is that floats around demanding your attention. One... decision... at a time.

  
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ROXYZMOM 6/19/2013 11:10PM

    Thanks! I needed that!!

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PATRICIAAK 6/19/2013 7:29PM

    As all great coaches say, 'Back to basics'. I guess this blog qualifies you as a great coach!

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PATRICIAAK 6/19/2013 7:22PM

    As all great coaches say, 'Back to basics'. I guess this blog qualifies you as a great coach!

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ON2VICTORY 6/19/2013 6:56PM

    right on!! I have been hitting the reset button quite a bit lately.... breathe deeeeeeeeeep!!

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LESLIELENORE 6/19/2013 2:18PM

    I haven't been getting enough sleep, and I am really feeling it today. Thanks for the reminder!

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UWPALUM 6/19/2013 1:38PM

    I can always use a reminder about the basics! Thanks!

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DLDMIL 6/19/2013 12:19PM

    Thank you for reminding us of the basics. It is so true.

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MSLZZY 6/19/2013 12:10PM

    An excellent blog! Take care of the basics! Can do!

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DALID414 6/19/2013 11:24AM

    Great pep talk, I know it's for you, but I really needed it too.

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DEBRITA01 6/19/2013 10:39AM

    Simple, but often forgotten during life's busy times. Good reminder for all of us. emoticon

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KATELOSS2009 6/19/2013 10:22AM

    we all forget... thanks for the reminder!!

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LORILEEPAGE 6/19/2013 10:12AM

    Sometimes I forget to breathe. I'm a shallow breather and sometimes my hubby says,"Are you breathing?" Haha

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-SHOREIDO- 6/19/2013 8:39AM

    I needed that !!!! Thanks Barb for the "basic"

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ANDI571 6/19/2013 8:33AM

    If we can just hold on to those basics during our emotional life's moments it will help keep our balance. emoticon

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WATERMELLEN 6/19/2013 8:08AM

    On the plane: secure your own oxygen supply first!

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DR8561 6/19/2013 7:57AM

    Thanks for the reminder. emoticon

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MJREIMERS 6/19/2013 7:43AM

    Simple, but true. Thanks for the reminder since some of us get caught up with other facets of life!

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MAGGIE101857 6/19/2013 7:36AM

    So true! Good words to start the day!

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Short blog for short on time

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Back to the basics is definitely the order of the day, week, month, year(s)...

* Remember, most of all, that you are worthy of the feel good feeling of nurturing YOU, no matter what is going on around you.

You are worth watering (just like the plants).
You are worth feeding healthy food (like the children).
You are worth taking for a walk (just like the dogs).

YOU are worth it. Spark on!

p.s. for those of you who are praying/following along with Kelsey's health issues... her mom reports yesterday afternoon, her heart is beating and pulsing, lungs still a little stiff but getting better pressures. She is off a couple of the drugs, but still sedated and machine assisted living. It's been a week, but I've been peeking at internet medical sites and the fulminant myocarditis that she was diagnosed with *does* have a good prognosis, according to some of the things I've read... as opposed to "acute myocarditis". So many things I never wanted to know about medical terminology. But for those of us on the praying side? She's slowly, slowly healing... but healing. Keep on a-prayin' folks. And thank you!

  
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DEBRITA01 6/19/2013 11:43PM

    Still praying for Kelsey and am glad she is making some progress. Also, sending up prayers for the family during her recovery period. Thanks for the update.

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LEANJEAN6 6/19/2013 7:16AM

    Hi Barb!--Nice to hear she is doing OK!------The basics on here are so important!-----Eating what is in the frig----that helps too!--LOL---- Yesterday I was the grass cutter--the weed whacker--- to-day I am the banker----AND--get this-----it IS warming up , up here in the North---Lord Love A Duck!!!---Hava good day!-Lynda emoticon

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LESLIELENORE 6/18/2013 11:08PM

    Glad to know she is doing better!

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WATERMELLEN 6/18/2013 8:00PM

    Glad that the update is positive!!

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KLMEIRING 6/18/2013 6:10PM

    Good news concerning Kelsey's progress. Thanks for the update.

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PATRICIAAK 6/18/2013 6:09PM

    PTL!

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MSLZZY 6/18/2013 5:38PM

    Thanks for the update and I will keep Kelsey and the family in my prayers. HUGS!

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BROOKLYN_BORN 6/18/2013 1:03PM

    Thanks for the update on Kelsey. Each day a little better - good news.

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DLDMIL 6/18/2013 11:41AM

    continuing to prayer for Kelsey and entire family.

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DALID414 6/18/2013 11:17AM

    Thanks for the reminder of being worthy.

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1CRAZYDOG 6/18/2013 9:01AM

    MANY prayers. In cases like that you really have to measure the progress in small bits. May Kelsey continue her healing.

HUGS and smiles.

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GABY1948 6/18/2013 8:40AM

    Good news on Kelsey...thanks for the report!

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KELLIEBEAN 6/18/2013 8:10AM

    The basics can make a huge difference in our lives. Thanks for the reminder!

I have been following your blogs and praying for Kasey. Thank you for the update. I will keep the prayers going.

Have a beautiful day!

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Dads and fitness

Sunday, June 16, 2013

Having been a part of running and now multisport events over the decades, I can't help noticing how many Dads are the athletes. Or how many Dads are bringing the kids to watch Moms who are athletes. Fitness is a family pattern.

And I think about my childhood, and the things my own Dad did to encourage us kids in being fit. This might be a trifle subtle, because athleticism was NOT at the top of the parental list of approval. However, Dad insisted that we all learn to swim. And Dad and Mom's financial situation and the city's school transport situtation were such that we WALKED to and from school. Dad made sure we all had bicycles for transportation. And we used them, too. He was also a fan of kites, and going out to fly them.

Later in life, when I made my first big push to lose weight and took up running, Dad got on the band wagon and started a walking program of his own. Mom and he often went for a walk of an evening, just so they got some time away from the kids.

From a nutrition perspective? Dad was a big proponent of eating the veggies. Granted, they came from a can, and included corn and peas as staples, BUT, the idea was there. And he was a huge fan of breakfast, every day... one of his staples was oatmeal. Granted, it was loaded with brown sugar and butter, but the idea was there, too. So I do a few things differently these days, but the important bit: parents are extremely important role models.

So if you're a mom or dad... doing what you're doing on Spark? Not just good for you... good for the little ones whose eyes are following you around!

LIFE is good. Spark on! And Happy Father's Day!
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BLUENOSE63 6/18/2013 6:56AM

  My Dad and Mom were both from small towns where slo-pitch was a huge game and skating in the winter. Yep we all played ball and skated from the time we were small. My brothers and I are in our 50s and have all remained very athletic to this day!

I miss my Dad everyday and thank him for making me who I am so that I can continue to show my son how important health and exercise are in life!

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LEANJEAN6 6/17/2013 9:33PM

    It sounds like you had a good Dad!---a good role model----and now look at you----a role model for us all! Lynda emoticon

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MIZCATHI 6/17/2013 4:10PM

    I was thinking about my Dad and fitness the other day as well. I remember when we entered our Teens and had just moved to a new home in the suburbs after growing up as city kids. We were bored to tears. He started taking us to the track to run. The intention was there, but after awhile he bored of the routine and pretty much insisted we do it without counting on him. Still, in just introducing us to the importance of exercise is something that lasted in my mind and I've always gone back to it after periods of being a couch potato.

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KELLIEBEAN 6/17/2013 8:53AM

    My parents did not encourage activity or healthy eating. They did the best they could but these items were not on their list of priorities.

My daughter has actually inspired me and keeps me going. It fills my heart with joy when she tells me she's proud of me.

I love being active with my kids.

Great blog!



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BROOKLYN_BORN 6/17/2013 7:05AM

    What a nice memory of your Dad! I'm glad you shared this.
I grew up in a "mixed" marriage. Dad was proud of my athleticism. Mom hoped for a more traditional (pre Title IX) daughter.

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OVERWORKEDJANET 6/17/2013 5:47AM

    I was also influenced by Dad. Even after a stroke and advanced age he still strove to walk his morning mile. At 86 he pushed his walker with the seat, stopped every so often and chatted with neighbors on his walk. Taught me a lot about perseverance.

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PATRICIAAK 6/17/2013 12:38AM

    Parental influence is so powerful - even years after leaving the nest.
Your Dad sounds wonderful.

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LESLIELENORE 6/17/2013 12:14AM

    My dad turned 70 this year and still walks 2 miles every morning rain or shine. I want to grow old like him!

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ANDI571 6/16/2013 11:50PM

    Reading your blog brought back memories of my parents. Like me, mom was a professional dieter and did every fad diet. She was doing low carb before low carb was cool. Dad never really ever had a weight problem, but he did have heart disease when he got older. I don't know if it was in his genes, or the type of food he ate. Mom was a really good cook.

Mom would do things like Jack LaLane, leg exercises, and all most of us do. It's funny I hate all that and don't last long when I try. But growing up, we always camped and had our bikes with us. We would usually go swimming. We would hike and just have the best time. Guess what my favorite exercise is, walking and hiking. It just makes me feel good and it always brings back good memories. So mom and dad both instilled good habits into me without even knowing it.

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LJCANNON 6/16/2013 11:19PM

    emoticon As Parents it is important to do the Best we can to influence the Kids to be the Best They Can Be!!


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MJREIMERS 6/16/2013 7:01PM

    Great blog and so true. My kids are pretty active and I like to set a good example. Both my girls are active and my older boy is now running and working out with a friend. He often plays basketball and baseball with his younger brother and their buddies. Here's hoping they have a long and healthy life!!! I've set the example now it's up to them! emoticon

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SPINNINGJW 6/16/2013 5:07PM

    Athleticism was certainly NOT at the top of the list for priorities in school, but when I took up diving, Daddy was there with his camera. He got a couple of shots blown up to 11 x 14 and hung them on his den wall. Never was sure at the time whether he was proud of my diving or proud of his photography, but years later said it was a little bit of both.

By the time I was older, there was the walking trail that started at Cotner and Vine by Bethany Park. Dad regularly walked that trail to 48th street and back. At one time, I believe his pace was about 4 mph. (the math major in me calculated it)

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WATERMELLEN 6/16/2013 2:28PM

    Very nice Father's Day tribute: with your brother weighing too, doubly nice!!

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MOBYCARP 6/16/2013 2:14PM

    Other Dad activities:

Gardening: The total activity didn't take with me, but I learned how to spade and prepare a garden bed, without power tools.

Lawn mowing: There was never a riding mower, and for a while there was a muscle-powered push mower.

Planting trees: Dad didn't hire a landscaper. He dug the holes, or had a kid dig the hole, and planted the tree himself. That's digging with a spade, not with a backhoe.

The stories: Dad moved to Fairbury, and saw a town he could walk all the way across. I don't remember that time, but I sure remember Dad talking about it. The story about how he used to laugh at the neighbors who drove to the grocery store, because it was only a quarter mile (or was it a half mile?) from home. How that influenced where he bought a house, within walking distance of two grocery stores. "Walking distance" to these stores was over a quarter mile but under a half mile.

Vacations: Camping, hiking up Scott's Bluff, walking/hiking the trails at Chadron State Park.

None of it was competitive athletics, but a lot of it was active.

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DLDMIL 6/16/2013 1:01PM

    Great blog, thanks for sharing. My Dad is better today about nutrition than when I was a child. My Mother has always been the nutrition person in our family and my Dad is finally eating his "green" veggies.



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-SHOREIDO- 6/16/2013 10:35AM

    Great blog and your right. Chi;dren (which we all are) learn more from what they SEE than what they hear. Tis true!!

Enjoy this beautiful Father's Day!!

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DOGLADY13 6/16/2013 10:18AM

    I was thinking similar thoughts about my father this morning, too. I miss him even though it's been 20 years, some days it feels like yesterday.

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KLMEIRING 6/16/2013 9:41AM

    I wish I could say that my Dad was an example in the areas of nutrition and fitness, but he was not. At least not when I was growing up. I went to visit him last year and he does seem to be paying more attention now, but he was definitely not one to encourage those behaviors when I was learning all of my daily habits.

Oh well, he is who he is and I love him because he is my Dad!

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BUSYGRANNY5 6/16/2013 9:34AM

    Great blog for Father's Day! Thanks for sharing!

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1CRAZYDOG 6/16/2013 8:48AM

    Isn't it amazing to look back and realize how much information we've absorbed just observing our parents. Really puts things in perspective when you think about how what you do on a daily basis affects your children . . . forever!

Hope you have a wonderful Sunday. HUGS and smiles.

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MSLZZY 6/16/2013 8:33AM

    Leading by example is an excellent way to ease children into a healthier lifestyle without going into the "diet" syndrome. Good point!

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Reality for now...

Friday, June 14, 2013

otherwise known as "plan B" and "life changes".

My kid sis's family and extended family are settling in for a long recovery for Kelsey. Her mom is still on the high alert, present with her at the hospital, as various medical things are tried, and the slow recovery continues. Other family members have to settle in to the reality of things like continuing to work, care for the little one year old, and continue the mechanics of life.

My work has entered the heavy construction phase of "the big project". I am finding myself waking with thoughts of "what's next" there. On the nutrition front, the pull between the "shoulds" and the "anxieties" is a challenge, despite the "body appreciation week" I had last week.

So... back to the one day at a time reminders to myself:

* Drink your water! emoticon
* Eat what's in the bag! That's why you packed it full of healthy options. emoticon
* Remember to go to recess! emoticon
* Take time to breathe. emoticon
* and of course, keep praying. emoticon

And balance. This is LIFE. It is GOOD, it is precious, it is worth living, one day at a time. Spark on! emoticon

  
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LEANJEAN6 6/18/2013 7:03AM

    Sometimes life can be overwhelming! Exercise helps tho!--And doing one thing at a time--You CAN do this Barb!--Y emoticon ou are a great Sparkly person!-Lynda

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BLUENOSE63 6/18/2013 6:57AM

  Remember you always have Spark to release those feelings! Bring on the vent if need be!

Praying for Kelsey everyday

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DOGLADY13 6/16/2013 11:07AM

    I find that the most cruel part of dealing with a crisis or a death is that life continues even though you want everyone to STOP and pay attention to the problem you are trying to handle. I remember so often my sister-in-law (a nurse) insisting that my mother leave the hospital with someone from the family, eat something nutritious and to get some rest when my father was in for one of many stays.

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SLENDERELLA61 6/15/2013 9:36PM

    Thinking of you. Praying for Kelsey. You have been handling a very heavy workload for some time now and you know how to do it, with those walks, that packed bag, with the right attitude. Don't wear out. Don't give up. It is worth the effort, and sometime struggle. With family stress and challenges now, too, it would be understandable if you shifted your priorities, but think it through, logical you. Giving up your good health habits is not going to help anyone and it definitely will hurt you. I don't envy you trying to balance it all, but I do believe you know how to do it, you know it is important, and you can do it. Hang in there. -Marsha

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WATERMELLEN 6/15/2013 6:52PM

    Balance: you understand it.

And you're putting it into practice.

The fragility of life: what makes it terrifying, what makes it precious.

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PATRICIAAK 6/15/2013 12:07AM

    Praying.
BTW, IMHO, sleep is a necessary part of balance.

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KARIDIAN1 6/14/2013 10:19PM

    Hope things continue to improve for Kelsey. Keep us posted.

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DLDMIL 6/14/2013 5:46PM

    emoticon emoticon continue for the family. One day at a time is all we can do.

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1CRAZYDOG 6/14/2013 9:34AM

    Prayers continue! HUGS too.

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KALIGIRL 6/14/2013 9:10AM

    Here's to balance and a life that is 'worth living' one day @ a time!
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GABY1948 6/14/2013 8:30AM

    Thanks for update on Kelsey. And don't let this pull you down...that won't help her OR you!

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KELLIEBEAN 6/14/2013 7:57AM

    I've been thinking about and praying for Kelsey! Thanks for keeping us updated.

I hope you have a beautiful day!

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MSLZZY 6/14/2013 7:29AM

    No dream world for you-just the plain reality. Do what you need to do to take care of yourself and try not to stress over things you cannot change. So glad the family is rallying around Kelsey. Sounds like it will be a long recovery!

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LEANJEAN6 6/14/2013 7:20AM

    You made me laugh--right out loud!!--Yes--it doesn't hurt to be a bit whacky!--LOLOL--Lynda

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MIRAGE727 6/14/2013 7:09AM

    Life is such a "delicate balance!"
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Crisis mode versus waiting patiently mode

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Quoting from Kelsey's mom's FB comment: "The doctors say we have to remember that this is a slow process.. it will take time. How much time, they don't know for sure."

As is my habit, I will take what's in the rest of my life and on my mind as fuel for the journey called "healthy living" and supporting motivation. With this precious young one's health crisis we had a scare. How often do "crisis" elements stop us in our tracks and perhaps redirect us? In fact, many of us who are traveling the path of healthy lifestyles began one phase or another with some form of crisis.

But when the crisis begins to feel not quite so severe, the question becomes, to what point do we "stand down". The human being is not built to stay at high alert forever. We wear out, and need to rest, take care of the physical body while our minds are dealing with the stressing factors.

So as the family sets in to continuing prayer and patient waiting in the case of Kelsey's health, the need is to pace themselves, and to give one another respite and breaks from the temptation to "will" faster results.

Dear Heavenly Father, give those who love someone undergoing long recoveries, this family and others, the patience to run the long distances of life... physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

LIFE is good. And precious. Cherish YOURS... and Spark on!

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DOGLADY13 6/16/2013 10:53AM

    Praying for the family.

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LEANJEAN6 6/14/2013 6:46AM

    Oh dear!---- Crisis mode is so hard!---I will send prayers!------Hope the crisis is over soon!--Good morning to yu Barb!-Lynda emoticon

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OVERWORKEDJANET 6/14/2013 5:37AM

    I'll take that prayer and run with it too!
Stress like that wears out the body and soul. I wish them all a decent night's sleep and faith in healing time.

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COMETER 6/13/2013 10:08PM

    Wishing you all well, and wishing you patience for the journey.

I know that you will be present through all of this, present and engaged.

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ROXYZMOM 6/13/2013 9:08PM

    Thanks, I needed to read this tonight. I love your prayer. Had close to two weeks of "stand down" time, now I am back on "high alert". The whole thing is breaking me. My prayers have become begging. So hard when it is your kid and you don't know if they are going to make it. I really feel for Kelsey's family and will continue to pray for you all.

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MJREIMERS 6/13/2013 8:09PM

    Prayers are coming for you, Kelsey and those that surround you both. emoticon

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LJCANNON 6/13/2013 3:07PM

    emoticon Good Job on the Exercise and getting those Fitness Minutes in!!
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CASEYTALK 6/13/2013 5:43AM

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Lord, grant me the strength to change the things I can, the serenity to accept the things I cannot, and the wisdom to know the difference.

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WATERMELLEN 6/12/2013 9:54PM

    Good reminder to cherish life . . . something we tend to forget during the ordinary "non crisis" periods!

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PATRICIAAK 6/12/2013 8:56PM

    Patience is a precious virtue so often under-appreciated in our 'instant', 'want it now' society.

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SLENDERELLA61 6/12/2013 7:09PM

    Beautiful prayer. Tough situation. Your observations and analysis seem almost obvious and certainly correct, but something I have forgotten when needed more than once - patience, pacing yourself, trying to control only what is yours to control, taking care of yourself even when life is challenging, and so on. I envision you living in this wisdom and bringing others to it, too. Thanks.

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CELIAMINER 6/12/2013 10:35AM

    Praying for Kelsey! I hope she is making progress, but a virus attacking the heart sounds very bad.

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GABY1948 6/12/2013 10:02AM

    Patience is alwAYS good. This was a great reminder to this "want it ALL and want it NOW" world! emoticon

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KALIGIRL 6/12/2013 9:29AM

    "the patience to run the long distances of life" and savor the moments together along the way...
Namaste my friend
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KELLIEBEAN 6/12/2013 8:57AM

    I am praying for her recovering and strength to everyone who cares about her!

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MSLZZY 6/12/2013 7:51AM

    Thanks for sharing the reminder that we need to be patient and give it "time".
Nothing happens overnight in these situations. Praying for her recovery and
strength for her family. HUGS!

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