Oh boy, I can’t believe it’s July already and I haven’t posted anything on this site since March! I’ve just started up another blog which is pretty much a repository for all of the really cool crafting ideas I come across on the Internet, so now I have bloggers guilt (I’m sure there is such a thing) over how I’ve neglected this one.
If you’re curious, you can find my new blog here. At the moment I’m just storing the ideas I’d like to try there. As I get around to projects I plan to update my posts with my progress and results, and any tweaks I may have made along the way.
Hope you stop by for a nosey, and I’ll endeavor to commit a bit more time and energy to this blog now that I’m back in the land of blogging!
March is Multiple Sclerosis awareness month. Do you know of anyone with Multiple Sclerosis? Would you know if you did? What signs and symptoms would you look for?
People who have Multiple Sclerosis can look just like you and I, or they could be wheelchair bound, use a motorized scooter or walking frame. But believe me, they know – every day – that they have this disease. Whether it be from the quirky little numb spots left over from when a whole chunk of their body went numb spontaneously, to blind spots in their eyes, the agonizing muscle spasms, the daily/weekly/monthly medication regime, or the mind-numbing exhaustion that is known as MS Fatigue, trust me, MS reminds them every single day that they have it. Continue reading
“I think society making people accountable for their actions is dead.” Never a truer word spoken. Good on you Evan. I appreciate your efforts and here’s hoping they’re contagious.
A gentleman never talks down to women,
A gentleman never talks much about himself,
He always holds the door,
And looks to show respect just a bit more,
A gentleman rarely swears,
And never is involved in affairs,
He stands up for those he loves,
And goes to battle for friends with iron gloves,
A gentleman is always clean,
A gentleman is never mean,
He always holds his temper,
And significantly respects his elder,
A gentleman always looks to improve,
Upon the life he so chooses,
He will not interrupt you when your speaking,
And always listen to you and be thinking,
Always help her put on her coat,
And give her your arm,
Stand up when she enters the room,
And tell her often…she’s more beautiful than the moon,
Chivalry is dead? I think society making people accountable for their actions is dead…
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