It is quite important for everyone to find their life calling. For some it is quite apparent at a young age, others it takes a while. For me, I found what my calling when I ways young, but I didn’t realize it until later in life.
After more than five years of volunteering at Freeman Health System, I said goodbye to colleagues and good friends on my last day working in the hospital’s ICU
KC the cat was a kitten who walked up into our back patio and announced he was moving into our home. He quickly moved into our hearts and was a part of our family for ten short years.
15 years ago, I survived an ischemic stroke to my spinal cord. As I look back over the past decade and a half, I can see that it’s been a long road getting from there to where I am today.
Being physically disabled presents its own challenge and limitations. Living in a small town or rural area has made me feel isolated from the community