Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

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Finding Something Good

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A cheerful glance brings joy to the heart; Good news invigorates the bones. Proverbs 16:30 Whether personal or of the world, there is no lack of bad news feeding our lives and hearts. Of late, I’m facing a couple of […]

You can be contagious!

posted by mpratt

Just as surely as we allow our bad days to make for bad moods and thus make for more isolation than relationships, so, too, on our good days, our lifted spirits can be the spark that makes for the ultimate […]

Feeling Like a Failure?

posted by mpratt

At some point in a life with chronic illness and pain, we feel as if we’ve failed. Failed at keeping healthier. Failed at following doctor’s orders. Failed at relationships. Failed at life. No matter how many reassurances we get from […]

Say What?

posted by mpratt

A kind mouth multiplies friends, and gracious lips prompt friendly greetings. Sirach 6:5 Some days, nothing seems to go right. More symptoms. More pain. Insurance snags. Money troubles. The roof leaks. The dog runs away.  No one answers your calls. […]

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Prayer for Grace-full Aging
Whether your day has passed or is coming up, we all will age one more year this year and onward. We cannot turn back the clock, but we can turn on grace as we move ahead. Her

posted 1:30:27am Aug. 21, 2014 | read full post »

TLC Tuesday: Laugh!
Oh, yes, I know about the scientific studies and the group research touting its benefits. I know all about the mechanics and the music of it. But sometimes, it is difficult to find the gift and the boost of laughter. Suggestion for today:  Perhaps you are having a bad day, or know someone who

posted 1:24:57am Aug. 19, 2014 | read full post »

Chronic illness: Forming our destinies
One of my favorite subjects was and still is history. I think we can learn a lot about our todays and our futures by learning from the past. For example - think about how hard life was in the 18th and 19th centuries, how undeveloped medical science was and how short "average" lifespans were. Yet, th

posted 1:13:25am Aug. 18, 2014 | read full post »

Chronic Pain: For the Birds!
Seagulls regularly land on my skylights and attempt to crack open shells. Invariably, they make a ruckus! But they also tend to lose their footing rather quicky and slide down, mak

posted 1:57:12am Aug. 16, 2014 | read full post »

Chronic illness: Sweating it out
During long days at high school band practice, baking under the blazing August sun and sweating buckets, I learned the importance of hydration - replacing the fluid our bodies los

posted 1:48:44am Aug. 14, 2014 | read full post »


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