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Never Be Ashamed of a Scar...

Thursday, July 05, 2012

I logged on to Facebook this morning to see that my cousin had posted this picture. She's been through more than most of my generation in the family and this perspective shows just how strong she's become. We are all a 'Work in Progress" during our lives, some of that work will leave scars, some will not, scars don't mean we're ruined... they just prove we're stronger than we thought.

I am blessed with a loving, supportive family that has taken my depression in stride. Today, I am repaying that generosity and compassion by doing something for them, and me, to improve all of our lives. Join me today: pick something that's been left neglected for a while and give it a little T-L-C.

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ELIZRN 7/7/2012 7:42PM

  Love this blog. Today I took care of several things that simply needed my attention. I'd let them go following my son's death & all that followed. After awhile I just didn't see them any longer. Interesting how that happens. It also happened to me personally. I just didn't see myself, nor certain emotions I was sharing. ( actually polluting the air around me) So, I ask myself, "How long is long enough?" I answer, "I've completed that prison term."

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VONBLACKBIRD 7/6/2012 9:18AM

    Pay it forward!!! Love this blog!!! Thanks for sharing.

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    This means more to me than YOU will ever know!!!

Thanks Steph

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MCJULIEO 7/5/2012 7:59PM

    Good one!

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JENN03275 7/5/2012 7:41PM

    Great!! Thank you for sharing!!

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CLPURNELL 7/5/2012 4:01PM

    Aww Awesome and Very true!!!!!!!!!!

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CAT609 7/5/2012 12:07PM

    I love it! Thanks for sharing. emoticon

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