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No Spoon for you! Graphic

No Spoon for you

It’s “Wordless Wednesday” again, and here I am cheating (how can I resist you, words?).

If you’re confused about the spoon reference, those of us with chronic illness measure our energy with “spoons” ( See more here on: 10,000 Spoons, If Only: Why the chronically ill love Spoons). If life were the Soup Nazi from Seinfeld, this month, he would be yelling out his classic line at me, chronic illness style: “No Spoon for you!”

Not even one??

Harsh man!

I hope you’ll have better luck.

“NEXT!”

 

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Live Under Hope’s Roof #quote

The very least you can do in your life is figure out what you hope for.

And the most you can do is live inside of that hope.

Not admire it from a distance,

But live right in it…

Under its roof.

-Barbara Kingsolver

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