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I can relate far too well! I just had to post this because it touched my heart.
September 21st was international Day of Peace but I thought I would make it today since I missed it! Happy International Day of World peace Y’all!
September 21 is the annual observance of the United Nations International Day of Peace, often called Peace Day. It is a day set aside to honor world peace, celebrate it, and observe it. it is to be a day of ceasefire. I consider it a very special day.
In my part of the world, Merlene Davis had an excellent article, Organizers hope local celebration of Peace Day will have ripple effect, in the Lexington (KY) Herald Leader about the day and about an interfaith observance in that city that was to be held today (Thursday).
I Declare World Peace.
I can’t believe this is going on. Therapist abuse should be illegal in EVERY state but it is not. Thanks to Heather Sinclair and her cause Lynette’s Law For Maryland, Maryland may now be one of the states that claims that Therapist Abuse is illegal. Unfortunately, right now it is not. Many news reporters and others are still blaming the survivors of this abuse. Stating things like; the victim brought it on themselves or the sex between the Doctor and patient were consensual are not helping this cause. You can tell ABC2 News what you think of these things by going to http://www.twitter.com/ABC2NEWS . You can also help by going to Lynette’s Law for Maryland’s page and signing the petition. Every signature helps to get this state one step closer to putting these criminals where they belong.
Together we can help raise awareness and stop the abuse,
This is simply amazing! Tears came to my eyes reading this. You must read the comments! Dogs are so loyal and love unconditionally. We can sure learn something from our fury friends.
I know it has been a while since I have posted. I must be honest and say that I have been caring for a sick dog that I rescued after having to put down Harley and it has taken every single moment of my time.
This is a post I have done on dealing with the loss of a pet. I recently had to put down my dear sweet chocolate lab, Harley and it has broken my heart. Knowing the stages of grief and what to expect has made things a lot easier. I am not stating that these stages are exact rules you must follow. Everyone grieves differently and everyone has a right to feel. This is just an example of what to expect in no particular order. I hope this helps you in some shape or form.
All my love,
A totally BA post by Rhona Finkel. This woman knows her stuff and can explain things in a manner that all of us can comprehend. That is something to be proud of. You go Rhona!
A wonderful post by Natasha Tracy.