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Day 163, Part 1: News feature...

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Back in the days of my youth (!) my breakfast consisted of coffee, some kind of food (usually cereal or toast), and newspapers. I needed my daily newspaper fix almost as much as I needed the daily caffeine.

These days, the internet takes the place of paper: I still do the news with my breakfast, but it's the one meal I eat in front of the computer.

I keep an eye on the American websites - MSNBC, ABC, CNN, et al. - and some of the newspapers online, The Washington Post being a favorite. Well, this is one of the features I found this morning:


Downright inspiring. And I have to wonder if her 'network of supporters from across the country' includes some SP-ers?


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    Check out Fox News, too!!
    3554 days ago
    emoticon Thanks for sharing that! :)
    3555 days ago
    What an inspiring story! And it is ongoing. No matter what gets reported in the news about trends, there are others among us, working their own path to health and wholeness! May we inspire one another and support one another as the weeks turn into years on the pathway to LIFE!

    Spark on, my friend!

    3555 days ago
    Thanks for passing this link. I bet it is SP. I enjoyed looking at this here at work. Articles like these really do help. It is just like looking at you. "Inspiring!" Have a great Sunday! emoticon
    3555 days ago
    Well I am sittin' here reading much the same sites--with coffee--Ya gotta luv Sunday morning--- here we listen to CBC--Mary ITO , telling us all bout news and gardening etc in Ontario--- Happy Sunday Kasey!-lynda emoticon
    3555 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/12/2011 7:02:12 AM
    Will read it tomorrow...thanks for sharing it....
    Trust your day goes well for you
    3555 days ago
    good morning and thanks for sharing
    3555 days ago
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