Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

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TLC Tuesday: Listen to the Rain

posted by mpratt

Praise God! It’s raining! Or, if it isn’t where you are, something weather-wise is happening. Snow, perhaps, or a gentle breeze? Nippy chill or frigid temps that force you to be warm and keep warm. Whatever the weather today, take […]

At the Whim of the Weather…Or Not

posted by mpratt

Periodically, I’ve delved into research about whether the weather affects people’s health. Some arthritis sufferers, for example, insist that their condition worsens as rain approaches, and some who suffer from depression often report that their mood is darker when the […]

Rainbow Rising

posted by mpratt

¬†God’s promise of unending love for us is so magnificently evident in the play of colors and graceful arc of the weather phenomenon that never ceases to make me pause, smile, and feel comforted. But, as those living in the […]

Weather or Not?

posted by mpratt

As this blog posts, the East coast of the United States may or may not be hit by “Frankenstorm,” an unprecedented melding of Hurricane Sandy and another weather system barrelling across part of the country. I’m far away from the […]

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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 »

Chronic Illness: A Disability Doesn't Equal Immaturity
I was on a call the other day, trying to make sense of error messages spewed forth by my computer (I eventually learned that the hard drive had died...another story entirely!). The connection was really, really bad and the person in customer service was speaking very quickly and slurring words on to

posted 11:25:33pm Jan. 21, 2015 | read full post »

Food for Thought: Never Too Old
Over the Christmas holidays, I was blessed to see Angela Lansbury in the play, "Blythe Spirit." It was amazing - Dame Lansbury, a celebrated British-American actress whose car

posted 12:37:32am Jan. 19, 2015 | read full post »


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