Life is not measured by the breaths you take; but by the moments that take your breath away.
And start paying attention to that wasteful chatter in the brain and if it's not good; change it! For what we think creates our life.
Hi. I have to say I've had a good life. I had great parents,a great sister, lived in Lappe, good friends, rode horses, went out west after highschool; had good male relationships, still have my girlfriends from growing up. Have 2 kids that I'm very proud of and Rick Charban, is the best spouse ever.I have 2 cats and 1 small dog. I had the opportunity to live in the country, Port Arthur, Alberta, BC, Westfort, PA again and now in the country again. I've had excellent employers; in many fields whom I still care for dearly. For over 20 years I've been with the Thunder Bay Salmon Assoc. setting up the dinner auction in Feb.; I also found $250,000 for building the hatchery in Kakabeka. I'm also a member of the Horticultural Society. My only challenges have been my health. I think I'd make a good thesis. From when I was small, I almost died from penicillin, was really ill from a spider bite on the leg, wrong surgery causing hemmorage and having to have a hysterectomy, heel spurs, cancer cells in broken tailbone, 1.75 melenoma on thigh(this thing was like a blackhead or ingrown hair not a bad shaped mole) so be carefull; check yourself & if you have an itchy spot; check it out! Degenerative disc disease in lower spine; which has caused siatic for years in left leg, anerysm in 06 caused by an AVM tumor on left front lobe, which was removed in 07. AND GOD HAS BLESSED ME, TO STILL BE HERE. And I'm a very happy woman. I like painting with acrylics, I make fir trees from birch bark. made a great flower garden, now that I have a computer you never know what my possibilities are.