You and Bill are great role models for doing this very thing, Judy.
Ultimately, this is what counts. Beautifully expressed. penny
Peggy, I have liked the poems that have come out of this period of your life, Judy. It is straightforward reality kind of writing. Yes, we all will die. We can never get far from that fact, but meanwhile we have to live as best we can.
Yes, full throttle ahead - strong and steady into the teeth of whatever, with good times and contribution on the way.
Thank you, Ann. And you are mine runner woman. I don't want to eat healthy but you are such an inspiration with all you have done health wise in your life.
Thank you, Penny! Thanks for posting on my blog. I've already come to look forward to your words!
Mary, this. Eans so much to me coming from you., who has been tested as well and the outcome so horrendous. I wish we didn't have the bad to I fluency our work but it's such a blessing to get it out and I know our heart work can help others. That is. My prayer our Loved ones live on in our words and our scares may help others! If Bill hadn't mentioned an inconsequential symptom, this story could have a different ending.
I meant your words mean so much to me,Mary. I should not tr to write while on the treadmill!
Good times and contributions along the way, V. You are such a support for me. Thank you!
So very true Judy. So many ways to die but we try to live full out and steady. Wonderful poem here.
Powerful poem, Judy. Sometimes living can be the more difficult part of life's little equation.
Yes, Judy, full out and steady, good words to live by.
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