15th Annual Cowboy Ball
November 4th is fast approaching, so make sure your boots are shined and your bidding reflexes are honed for the Cowboy Ball next Saturday! We have delicious food, great music, and a wide array of live and silent auction items lined up for the evening. Doors will open at 6 pm, followed by dinner and the silent & live auctions. Then from 9 pm – 11 pm the Ken Peltier Band will be performing. Come and help us dance the night away!
In June, I was sick, very sick. At times the burning pain in my stomach was so intense that I could do little more than curl up on the couch and nibble on saltine crackers. Vomiting helped. “…
Peter Dunlap-Shohl: Off and On: The Alaska Parkinson’s Rag
The venue is the Providence Health Park, 3851 Piper St., Tower U Rms 2281 & 2285
When it comes to life, the critical thing is whether you take things for granted or whether you take them with gratitude.
According to writer Seth Godin, there are two ways to live in the world: with a “have to” attitude or a “get to” attitude. The latter mindset opens up the world and all the possibility of goodness therein and the former shuts down the heart and closes the door on the world. So the question is, how do we want to live? Too often, we have taken the gifts around us for granted and end up feeling entitled. We can begin to find gratitude by looking at our lives with open eyes and take steps toward being grateful, even in the hard times. We may not always know where this will take this, but -as Seth Godin saysno one gets “to Cleveland by knowing every turn from here to Cleveland. You start driving and get directions as you go.” This is the essence of living a life of gratitude.
Inflammation in the body can be both good and bad for your health. But knowing the difference when it comes to your garden can improve your health.