Good Reads

I am not as “present” in this Blog currently because of extended school vacation week (Alexis was planned to be out, but she is a good productivity assistant, Jessica was unplanned out because of the Blizzard – and she likes to control the agenda for the day).

Alas, I have been reading other people’s posts (some recent, some just new to me). Hopefully you will enjoy the quilt of things that I have found relevant and interesting:

  • Short read about how to be a friend to a special needs mom, even if you’re not walking the same path:
  • Some readers, who are appalled at my spelling or creative grammar, may hope that I take more of the recommendations to heart:
  • First 30+ years of my life, people might have characterized me as a control freak (maybe akind to what Seth Godin calls “accuracy minded”), but Alexis has taught me a whole lot about resiliency. I had a great working title of a book started last Winter/Spring, hopefully I can resurrect it and carve out time to create it in 2014. Great observations in Seth Godin’s blog about accuracy, resilience and denial:
  • Heart-touching and real from Regina Holliday, need I say more? Reminds me that people encounter real physical and emotional challenges each and every day. Everything I can do to help improve that will make the world a better place.
  • Dr Leana Wen has written a great book (check it out), but her recent blog post applies to all people who are caring for anyone diagnosed with cancer:
  • Pat Mastors writes about the term Patient Advocates and how we seek to make ourselves obsolete, Powerful thoughts.

I’m sure this isn’t the end of great reading for 2014, but I felt like some of these were worth kicking off 2014. Maybe something that I’ll write in 2014 will be “worthy” of including here sometime?

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