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Finest Cell Work Around

“Instead of smashing up your cell you can channel your aggression in a positive way. I usually spend about two to three hours an evening doing tapestry work. It helps you realize there are alternatives to committing crime.” – Pete, … Continue reading

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I Call The Dark Meat!

Mandy’s (Personal Trainer) not even here yet and I am sweating bullets she’ll discover I have been sitting on my ass since I last saw her. With cancer recovery, unfortunately, it is obvious when you don’t exercise, especially when your … Continue reading

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French Lessons: Travail d’Equipe

(DON’T FORGET! Become a friend: http://www.facebook.com/thePPPP) It’s exactly one week ago today that my husband, Jeff, along with Suzanne G., Nancy and Neil W., crossed the finished line at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris to raise money and awareness for … Continue reading

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Support The Haven: London To Paris Or BUST!

From London to Paris or bust! Here we go ladies and gentlemen! Today is the day my husband and his three partners, Nancy, Neil and Suzanne, will ride their bikes from London to Paris to raise money for The Haven … Continue reading

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Gimme Some Sugar

No this is not a blog about the effects or nutritional facts of sugar, this is something more important! If there is one lesson I have learned through out cancer treatment, it is you can never get enough hugs or … Continue reading

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Are You Glass Half Empty Or Half Full?

Is the glass half empty or half full? is a common expression, used rhetorically to indicate that a particular situation could be a cause for optimism (half full) or pessimism (half empty). It demonstrates that a situation may be seen in different ways depending … Continue reading

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