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Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

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Chronic Illness and Pain: With What Music?

posted by mpratt

Soon, the air will be filled with Christmas and other holiday music! As someone who loves to sing and enjoy music, these coming weeks will be especially melodious. But even with the joy of music, I know that sometimes an […]

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TLC Tuesday: Picking up the Pieces

posted by mpratt

Pine needles are scattered down the hallway, a stray ornament has rolled under a living room table. The manger scene will remain on my piano through Epiphany and then it, too, will be stowed away until next/this Christmas. The time […]

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TLC Tuesday: If You’re Working through the Holidays

posted by mpratt

So often, we hear about “holidays” and “vacations” in the same breath that we forget that so many people might not be so fortunate as to have time off this week or next. There are the obvious workers : the […]

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Please remember, you cannot fail Christmas!

posted by mpratt

It’s a couple of days after the holiday, a couple of days after we sang Noel and celebrated the birth of Our Lord. And, perhaps, as the leftovers are settled and the wrapping is dispatched, you might begin to feel […]

Ahead of the Holidays

posted by mpratt

Are you ready, yet? No, not for this weekend. Not for the rest of this month. Are you ready for the holidays? As I type this, my fatigue level is 100 on a scale of 1-10. And just as my […]

Advent 2012: Does Your Timing Seem Off?

posted by mpratt

  Advent Day 21:  Does your timing seem off? One of the most difficult things about the holiday season is wanting to do it all, but not having enough time to do it in. This is particularly appropriate for those […]

Advent 2012: Afraid of Getting Sick for the Holidays?

posted by mpratt

  Advent Day 17:  Afraid of Getting Sick for the Holidays? I’ve heard that the flu season has arrived early this year, and with is comes the “stop-you-in-your-tracks” possibility of being ill during this festive season. If you do not have […]

Advent 2012: What are we waiting for?

posted by mpratt

It’s Advent already?! Christmas is four weeks away!? There is precious little time these days to linger over lengthy blog posts. So much has to get done between now and December 25! And it’s not as if the rest of […]

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Don't Panic! Thaw What's Frozen
Are there some places you  just don't go to? Some ideas or images that make you immediately close your eyes and mind? Is there ...

posted 5:31:53pm Apr. 24, 2016 | read full post »

Chronic Illness and Pain: We Can Help the Earth
Last weekend's newspaper carried a story of the annual environmental clean-up in one of the areas in Southern ...

posted 5:15:45pm Apr. 22, 2016 | read full post »

Chronic Illness and Pain: Darkness Can Bring Light
My gift for growing things, especially African Violets, is a true blessing, especially on the days when I feel low, am experiencing a lot of pain, and just need to cocoon. I'm also finding some important lessons from my plants, and one that I ...

posted 5:04:24pm Apr. 20, 2016 | read full post »

Recent Earthquakes and Our Prayers
My heart goes out to everyone affected by the recent earthquakes in Japan and Ecuador. I remember well the awful feeling of violent upheaval that came with the first shock of the Northridge earthquake, and know that the next days and months will ...

posted 5:02:35pm Apr. 18, 2016 | read full post »

Chronic Pain and Illness: When In Doubt
Pain and illness can wear us down, and it's not unusual for the fatigue to cause other, less physical feelings in us. ...

posted 8:00:51pm Apr. 13, 2016 | read full post »

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