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4th of September 2018

An Idea

Susan Schreer Davis, contributing writer and Voice of Hope for all those seeking inspiration in their day-to-day lives. Follow along on social media and www.hopeflies.org. Right before I closed my eyes last night, my vision split in two—with my prism glasses on. The words on my cell phone spread apart and my heart sank. When I […]

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20th of August 2018

What I Wish They Would Say

Susan Schreer Davis, contributing writer and Voice of Hope for all those seeking inspiration in their day-to-day lives. Follow along on social media and www.hopeflies.org. In a perfect world, nurse advice phone calls wouldn’t go the way mine did this week. And better yet, I wouldn’t need a nurse’s advice because pain management wouldn’t be […]

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9th of August 2018

Small Steps

Susan Schreer Davis, contributing writer and Voice of Hope for all those seeking inspiration in their day-to-day lives. Follow along on social media and www.hopeflies.org. I just called my son, “How was your first day of school?” “Fine,” my 26-year-old choral music teacher replied. The short conversation meant far more to me than him. But […]

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30th of July 2018

Still Lookin’

“Based on the results of your MRI, I’m willing to fuse L-4 / L-5,” my neuro-surgeon explained. “But I can’t make any promises as to the outcome. The surgery may help, but I doubt it will solve all of your leg issues.” Susan Schreer Davis, contributing writer and Voice of Hope for all those seeking inspiration […]

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28th of June 2018

Fun Indoors

Instead of sitting comfortably at my kitchen table as I type, I’m leaning against the wall of a small chapel in the church where my son works. While I Susan Schreer Davis, contributing writer and Voice of Hope for all those seeking inspiration in their day-to-day lives. Follow along each week at www.hopeflies.org, and on […]

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19th of June 2018

Mito Café Call TODAY! Slides Here

Mito Café Call Information Date: Tuesday, June 19 Time: 12pm EDT / 9am PDT Call:866-414-2828; Participant code: 017921# Topic: How Patients Can Partner to Advance Treatments—The Patient Voice in Clinical Trials Guest Speaker: Mindy Leffler, Casimir Trials Learn more about clinical trials, how the typically work, benefits and challenges.  Engage in an interactive discussion around desired […]

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1st of June 2018

Not Giving In

Pain. Susan Schreer Davis, contributing writer and Voice of Hope for all those seeking inspiration in their day-to-day lives. Follow along each week at www.hopeflies.org, and on social media. Some days it pops up like an afternoon thunderstorm. On others, it settles in my bones, unwilling to loosen its grip. A recent bout of discomfort […]

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17th of May 2018

All is Well

Susan Schreer Davis, contributing writer and Voice of Hope for all those seeking inspiration in their day-to-day lives. Follow along each week at www.hopeflies.org, and on social media. I woke to a quiet home this morning. Recent house guests left with their Pomeranian yesterday and Lily, my parent’s King Charles Cavalier, went home. While hosting added […]

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8th of May 2018

Part of Me

Susan Schreer Davis, contributing writer and Voice of Hope for all those seeking inspiration in their day-to-day lives. Follow along each week at www.hopeflies.org, and on social media. My niece, Jessica, and I stood on opposite sides of Bonnie’s bed. There, we sang as she took her final breath. In her last year of nursing […]

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1st of May 2018

Not Alone

NOT ALONE Susan Schreer Davis, contributing writer and Voice of Hope for all those seeking inspiration in their day-to-day lives. Follow along each week at www.hopeflies.org, and on social media. A pirate patch covers my left eye. Recent pain warned of changes, but I ignored it. Then it happened, my up-close prism lenses failed. Instead […]

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