We interrupt this regularly scheduled blog for a brief burst of creativity. Having spent the last 2 weeks on a creative spree, I think I've about run out of paint. Better that than a spending spree, I guess... Except that now it's time to go shopping for more paint. I took a look at the… Continue reading Creative Moment
How many of us, when greeted with a 'Hi, how are you doing,' are quick to respond with a forced smile and a short, 'I'm good,' or 'I'm doing well, I'm great, etc.' Yet internally, our minds are screaming, 'I am so Overwhelmed!' There is so much to be done though (or so it seems,)… Continue reading It’s a Good Day for a Good Day.
Does anyone remember the days when it was mandatory we cover our school books? In middle school and high-school both, it seemed as if a large part of the class hour (first day of school) students would all partake in this necessary task- figuring out how the right ways to fold, tape, and fit… Continue reading Life is What You Make It
I can’t say that starting a Blog was on my Bucket List of things to accomplish in my Lifetime. Writing has never been a passion of mine… In fact I rather despised it through high school and college. There was a difficulty with getting words to flow just right… I knew what I wanted… Continue reading Why I Started a Blog
Purple Day is an international grassroots effort dedicated to increasing awareness about epilepsy worldwide. On March 26th annually, people in countries around the world are invited to wear purple and host events in support of epilepsy awareness. Last year, people in dozens of countries on all continents including Antarctica participated in Purple Day! Supporting… Continue reading In Support of ‘Purple Day’
Welcome to Squeeze the Day! An Epilepsy Outreach Site. This site is dedicated to Today's Epilepsy Warriors, their Families and Providers. Through Education and Outreach, May we spread Knowledge, Compassion, and Hope for a Better Tomorrow. J.J.
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