Physicians and other health care professionals are a necessary and tremendously valuable resource. The average Jane isn’t educated to distinguish pink eye from allergies or skin cancer from a hairy mole. We need those people.
About Diane Markins
Host of Bold Living with Diane Markins on KPXQ1360.com in Phoenix. Her latest book, Women in High Def, Boldly Living Your Purposes with Vibrant Clarity is a best seller on Amazon's Kindle. Diane writes and speaks in a gritty "high def, authentic style" about issues that impact daily living. She aspires to reflect the love of God as a wife, mom, businesswoman, speaker and writer. Married to her high school sweetheart in 1979, Diane is also the mother of two grown kids, a daughter-in-law, three grandbabies. Her life is also shared with two dogs and a cat. Family fun, travel and outdoor activities capture her free time.
Entries by Diane Markins
When is your turn for tragedy? All those people who joyfully went to see Ariana Grande’s concert in Manchester, England didn’t imagine or give a thought to being killed, maimed or in the eye of a terrorist’s storm. Neither did their loved ones.
The delayed point of all this downer/disaster talk is to be reminded that…
Just like other aspects of our grossly obese culture, we have become freedom-fat. We devour it and expect more. It is largely taken for granted.
…Make a plan to “pay your freedom forward” and keep it as a family tradition on Memorial Day and July 4th. Choose a reputable organization that supports those who are suffering and donate in the name of Freedom.
“The fragile old guy began to beat the dog…. Over and over he hit this innocent creature. My mouth dropped open in horror and I almost blasted out of the vehicle, but it was over before I could react. The poor pooch dropped down and rolled over trying to avoid the open-handed smacks, but didn’t run. She simply wanted to belong to someone at any cost.” Read more about misdirected emotional abuse.
As we enter the season of graduations and weddings, gift-giving hits hard. Our budgets are tight and we want to get the biggest bang for our buck. While a new desk set might be nice, how may does any graduate need? Blenders and salt shakers are great but will they really enhance the lives of the happy couple.
Peering into a mouth filled with stained teeth and bleeding, puffy gums is high on the list of things I don’t want to do. Working at a slaughter house might be slightly above it, but singing in public and bookkeeping are only marginally below.
Recent Blog Posts
- My Body, My ResponsibilityJune 26, 2017 - 6:01 am
- God’s Grace is Huge in Harsh PlacesJune 19, 2017 - 6:07 am
- Are You Betting on Your Faith? Where’s Your Commitment?June 12, 2017 - 5:52 am
- Your Turn for TragedyJune 5, 2017 - 6:00 am
- Ponder and Pay Freedom ForwardMay 29, 2017 - 6:00 am
- What’s New? Is Life Stagnant?May 22, 2017 - 6:15 am
- No Respect–Taught EarlyMay 15, 2017 - 6:00 am