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To LifeCheerleader, Nancy, thank you for another uplifting article! You help point the direction to a more self-fulfilling life that transfers positive energy to all those around. Each day is a blessing to enjoy and Nancy\'s perspective brings this fact clearly into focus.
I look forward to reading more from Nancy!
From: Cindy doyle : 2010-02-27

Nancy,
Thanks for your wisdom! You\'re a blessing in my life! :)
Selene
From: Selene kranz : 2010-02-28

Dear Margie: Your words are so smart to accept your challenges, but then make the Wise Wellness Choice to \"Just Do The Next Best Thing\". Small Simple Steps, that are better than none, as you say, keep you moving forward - so Proactive & Preventative than getting stuck or settling. Applause to you! Blessings, Nancy :)
From: Nancy rizzo : 2010-03-01

Dear Margie: Your words are so smart to accept your challenges, but then make the Wise Wellness Choice to \"Just Do The Next Best Thing\". Small Simple Steps, that are better than none, as you say, keep you moving forward - so Proactive & Preventative than getting stuck or settling. Applause to you! Blessings, Nancy :)
From: Nancy rizzo : 2010-03-01

Nancy,I loved one size does not fit all, I couldn\'t agree more! Your authentic and always supportive approach is so refreshing, and you have a gift for instantly relieving the burdens of life and making the next steps simple and easy to do. Thank you for reminding me to celebrate even the smallest of things, your articles are so uplifting and spot on! You are a definite fit for me and thousands of others....can\'t wait for your next article.
From: Michelle : 2010-03-03

I just found out about the class a few hrs too late but would be interested on getting on your email list for future classes. Thanks...nancy
From: Nancy kenner : 2010-03-15

I agree. It's always nice to have different perspectives. Very nice article!
From: Lee-lee : 2010-04-08

As a fellow LPN who sat next to Carrie for those LONG 12 months of Nursing School, I am so proud to watch all her dreams come true. Carrie has not only the skills to be a good nurse, she definately has the heart. In all of the hustle and bustle of completing the many tasks of a nurse, this trait is often lost. Also working with elderly,dementia/Alzheimer pts, I know there are so many times where our pts can\'t remember our names. The extra smile, caring word or touch of hands is often what is remembered most. Having the heart and compasion to care for patients isn\'t something that you can learn in a classroom. Its something that must be within one\'s self. I am proud to be one of these few. Thank you for this story. Its nice to be reminded why I became a nurse.
From: Shelly gott : 2010-04-27

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