Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

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TLC Tuesday: Slow down!

posted by mpratt

It’s TLC Tuesday, again. But it’s also probably the heart of “Back to…” season. Back to school, back to work, back to lots and lots of activities. Yes, activities, and, probably, a lot more stress, a lot more “Hurry up!” […]

Prayer for When You See the Storm Coming

posted by mpratt

Some storms hit us without warning, and they can be devastating, to be sure. But when we see the storms looming, coming at us, even before we feel their physical effects, we can sense our stress mounting. Here is a […]

Living with chronic illness: How do you respond to the world?

posted by mpratt

No doubt about it, there are lots of problems in our world. Close to home and far away, the news of the day is full of strife, violence, awful issues, and injustices. But even closer to home is your and […]

Stress buster: A thankful spirit

posted by mpratt

How often do you give thanks each day? I try to sprinkle liberal doses of thanks throughout mine. And, besides the obvious – that thanks is a prayer to God that I am grateful for even the smallest thing in my […]

Previous Posts

Chronic Pain and Illness: How We Do It All
When I talk with people about what I do, their response is frequently, "How do you fit it all into a day?" My response, generally, is, "I don't." The concept of "a day" is v

posted 7:17:48pm Jan. 27, 2015 | read full post »

TLC Tuesday: Snowed In But Not Snowed Under
As I write this, a light breeze is tickling the fronds of the palm trees outside my window. The sun is shining - a bright spot after some gentle rain last night. It's warm enough

posted 7:03:34pm Jan. 27, 2015 | read full post »

Food for Thought: Song of the Sea
Oh, wow, what a wonderful movie is "Song of the Sea!" The story, animation,acting, and music all combine to make a beautiful and moving story lyrically laced with Irish folklore

posted 11:47:41pm Jan. 26, 2015 | read full post »

A Praying Spirit: We Are (Aware of) the World
Many chronic illnesses impose restrictions on our ability to move about freely in the world "at large." Whether because of mobility issues, sight or hearing problems, or, as

posted 5:25:38am Jan. 24, 2015 | read full post »

Chronic Pain: The Void in Your Life
Sometimes, pain becomes so overwhelming that it closes out every ounce of strength and light that we might once have felt. And, into their place, there is a void. A void of light. A void of will. A void of hope. The pain can suffocate and keep us down. Yes, it can prevent us from physically moving f

posted 11:33:56pm Jan. 23, 2015 | read full post »


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