After eight years of intense therapy for my PTSD, the past two weeks have me settling into a positive, new phase on my healing journey. To celebrate, I am offering a special sale today on the ebook version of my memoir, Untangled, A Story of Resilience, Courage, and Triumph.
Enjoy this excerpt from the first chapter…if you would like to read the book follow the link at the bottom of the post to download it from Amazon. Thanks, Alexis
What’s a house got to do with it?
Most of us remember the nuances of the houses we grew up in. We know the nooks and crannies, and the sounds the house makes when it settles and groans. We know the clicking noise of the furnace kicking in, the whistling sound of the wind blowing through the windows, and how the gate slams as someone makes their way to the door…
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I never would have thought of this….
Please find below important advice from our friends over at Cats Protection:
Sunburn advice issued to cat owners as soaring temperatures put cats at risk of skin cancer
Cat owners are being urged to protect their pets from sun exposure as soaring temperatures puts them at risk of developing sunburn and skin cancer.
Cats Protection says cats with white or pale coloured ears or noses are particularly susceptible to the sun’s harmful rays – with some needing drastic surgery to repair sun damaged skin.
Ahead of Sun Awareness Week (May 8-14), the UK’s largest cat charity has issued advice to owners to keep cats indoors during very sunny weather.
Cats Protection’s Education Veterinary Officer Sandra Milburn said: “We regularly have cats coming into our care with early or advanced stages of skin cancer caused by sun exposure. In many of these cases, we need to amputate the ears to prevent the spread of the disease.
“Like many of us, cats love…
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Source: Blumen Baden~
My lovely sister would have been 65 yesterday. She always made me feel welcome, whether it was upstairs in her room or in her own home after she got married. Today, my thoughts go to visiting with her in her backyard. Old-growth shady trees and flowers and bird feeders made it a haven for wildlife and me. Actually, she was the haven. We would sit out under the trees and talk over homemade iced tea. I can’t recall exactly what we talked about since there were so many afternoons spent this way. It was a deep sharing of thoughts and feelings. I can remember the way I felt though. Heard, seen, cared for and loved. It is no exaggeration to say that she had a way of creating a little heaven on earth. There was laughter and good-natured teasing too. I hope I made her feel as good as she made me feel during out times together. I always felt more whole and complete when I came away from our visits. More ready to face the world. The world didn’t seem like such a bad place with a special sister like I had. She left it too soon; but, gave so much while she was here that the world remains so much better for her having been in it. And, I am a better person than I would have been without her love. So many feelings abound today, but gratitude for having been so blessed is the strongest.