AnonymousDecember 18, 1996 at 2:13 pmPost count: 93172
I use a Franklin planner at work. Any planner will do day runner, day timer,
etc. but get one. I write down all my things I have to do and phone calls I made
and received. It was a real pain in the butt but It has helped me. I haven’t
forgotten a birthday, appointment, meeting etc in guite a while. My mom has
Graves too. Just got it last year in her late 60s. I got her a planner and
she uses it all the time. Was going to get her the refills for the holidays
but she already brought the darn thing. Oh well.
Thought for the day. My planner has some saying at the top of each day and
I look forward to reading them. This one was sometime last week but the
posts the last few days mad me think of it.
“I long to accomplish a great and nobel task; but it is my chief duty to
accomplish small tasks as if they were great and noble” Helen Keller
I thought it was really great!
Have a good day folks, and keep writing!!
on-line facilitatorAnonymousDecember 26, 1996 at 10:24 amPost count: 93172
Greetings all!! Hope you had a very happy holiday season. I try to put
a thought for the day on here when I see one that fits. This one came to
“We are friends; we must assist each other to bear our burdens”
After all that is what we do here. Help each other through
the bad days as well as spread the cheer of the good days. Welcome back on
line Nancy. For those of you who are new to the BB, Nancy is our executive
director at the NGDF. Keep writing and we will keep answering.
I wish you peace
JakeAnonymousJanuary 3, 1997 at 12:08 pmPost count: 93172
Come on bruce,
Help me out here!! There are only a few of us who put thoughts for the day on the BB.
Please feel free to add one from time to time. Also e-mail Archie and Annette with yours
and it may end up on the main support group page.
Give me knowledge, so I may have kindness for all (Plains Indian)
Jake (Achgook)AnonymousJanuary 3, 1997 at 5:48 pmPost count: 93172
Ok Jake, yeah been slacking off on my duties. Here’s one of my favorites:
“Life is a daring adventure or it is nothing. Security does not exist in nature, avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than exposure”
–Helen KellerAnonymousJanuary 7, 1997 at 5:43 pmPost count: 93172
Here’s my contribution for a daily thought:
A keen sense of humor helps us overlook the unbecoming, to understand the
unconventional, to tolerate the unpleasant, to overcome the unexpected and
to outlast the unbearable.
William Arthur Ward
And Karen B, thanks for the cute joke…my daughter loved it!!! Glynis
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