Chasing Hope

Running / Training / Arthritis / Chronic Disease
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a bunch of cards that are laying on top of each other with pictures in them
Ancestor Cards - How I Did It
Ancestor Cards - I started doing this and then forgot to keep making them. It's a great idea to help your family know their ancestors.
a quote written in white ink on a gray background
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8 1/2 x 11 / "God won't tie your soul to a dead end dream" print. $15.00, via Etsy.
a black and red poster with the words i want to inspire people, i want someone to look at me and say because of you didn't give up
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A "day in the life" of a juvenile arthritis patient. Kids, Autoimmune Disease, In The Life, Juvenile Arthritis, Disease, Autoimmune, Life, Chronic Disease, Spray Bottle
A "day in the life" of a juvenile arthritis patient.
a poster with the words how to write good written in black and white on it
The Internet's Most Asked Questions
Important Writing Tips
It hurts now, but one day it will be your warm up. Fitness Motivation Quotes, Sayings, Stay Strong, Coaching, Strength Training, Health Motivation
It hurts now, but one day it will be your warm up.
the logo for bridges of hope
PicMonkey: Design That Works
The inspiration for "Bridges" in "Chasing Hope".
a cartoon character with the caption saying editing is 30 % making improvements and 70 % starting at your work while making this face
a description of editing from www.facebook.com/grammarly #writing
Eye of the Tiger meets red face of exhausted middle-aged mommy!  Research for "Chasing Hope" Tops, Eye Of The Tiger, The Tiger, Tiger, Red Face, Eye, Face, Mommies, Middle Age
Eye of the Tiger meets red face of exhausted middle-aged mommy! Research for "Chasing Hope"
a woman is walking down the street in shorts
The inspiration for "Chasing Hope"
two girls running in a race on the street
Daughter and friend supporting my research by running a 5k "with" me.
a group of men standing on top of a mountain with their arms in the air
Reaching the Summit of Mount Whitney!