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The countdown is on! My son’s school starts back on Thursday, and I’m trying to get the kids, as well as myself back into the groove. Last week we started backing up the kids’ bedtimes, and this week I’m backing … Continue reading
Welcome to Chronic Connection’s new location! You will find all the posts from the previous location here too, along with all your comments. Don’t mind me, while I fool around with the setting, play with the tools and tweak the appearance until … Continue reading
I dedicate this post to all the amazing people out there who have stepped up to the plate and provide support to a loved one living with chronic illness. Each and every day, you demonstrate what unconditional love means. You … Continue reading
Today marks the one month anniversary since I began this blogging adventure at Chronic Connection! This last month has been so fulfilling to ME, myself, Nancy 😉 This is the only consistent project that is mine, that has nothing to do … Continue reading
Today, I’m paying for yesterday. Ouch! Yesterday’s class itself was great. The person who gave the class is awesome. She is a great public speaker and keeps her audience interested. The class was informative and interesting and gave be a better … Continue reading