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  • Is THIS Perimenopause?

    I’ve been getting a lot of interest in the article “Pregnancy or Perimenopause?” that I wrote several months ago. This prompted me to realize that there are a lot of people curious about this natural life event, so I thought…

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  • Extensive SCLC – Praise God, A Second Complete Remission!

    Cancer isn’t something I usually talk about on the site, but I wanted to share our story to give hope to others. If you’re reading this, then it’s probably because you or a loved one are facing Small Cell Lung…

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  • An Open Letter to Those Who Make and Donate to Preemies and NICU Babies

    My perfect pregnancy was interrupted with preeclampsia and I was admitted to the hospital. Our son was born at 29 weeks and 3 days, which made him about 11 weeks early. He was a tiny 2 pounds and 8 ounces and has…

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  • 29 Weeks – Ready or Not

    On New Years Eve of 2016, I was hospitalized with my severe preeclampsia with a blood pressure reading of 90/210. I had been prescribed large doses of Labetalol, but it was no longer working. Shortly after being admitted, I was…

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  • Change Display Name that Recipient Sees on Hotmail/Live/Outlook Account 2016

    Microsoft made a lot of changes to their live.com and hotmail.com emails since most of us created them. Whether you want to change your name because you got married, you are opening a business, or you just want to look…

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  • Why You Should Save Your Paper Cards

    I have a little box where I keep all of the love letters, notes, and cards that my boyfriend gives me. Whenever one of my loved ones sends a particularly touching card, I tuck that in there too.   You’d…

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  • Do You Pray for Strangers?

    The other day while driving down the road, we were behind a pickup truck that turned left that was absolutely loaded with miscellaneous household goods. Being November in Ohio, it was dark and hard to see. The days never last…

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  • Of Love, Moths, and Butterflies

    Every man, at least once in his life, has a butterfly. She is that ethereal woman that made him have a quick intake of breath the first time he encountered her. It is not the same as that hmmmm of curiosity he feels…

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  • Munchiface and Leon on YouTube

        Munchiface and Leon are two young Cavalier King Charles Spaniels who have a video series on YouTube. You can find them there with videos to help you learn more about the breed, videos just to make you smile,…

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  • Kwanzaa Statistics

    It is estimated 20 million people celebrate Kwanzaa worldwide (18 million in the US alone). Kwanzaa was originally limited to smaller merchants, however the holiday has now been recognized by larger retailers. Kwanzaa gifts tend to move away from electronics…

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