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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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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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19th of April 2018

April 11th

Share List I sent the text to my nephew just to be ridiculous, “So, tomorrow’s my half birthday. Can’t 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. wait for that vanilla cupcake you promised.” My […]

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29th of March 2018

The Diagnosis

I remember the day well. The day we received my sixteen-year-old son’s muscle biopsy results. Gathered in the prominent doctor’s office, we listened as a physician assistant explained life within the confines of mitochondrial disease. Susan Schreer Davis, contributing writer and Voice of Hope for the mito community and all those seeking inspiration in their […]

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21st of March 2018

The Messy in My Best

Share List Susan Schreer Davis, contributing writer and Voice of Hope for the mito community and all those seeking inspiration in their day-to-day lives. Follow along each week at www.hopeflies.org, and on social media. We live in a broken world. Bridges collapse. Tornados spin. Cars wreck. And then people pick up the pieces. Time and […]

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7th of March 2018

The Thing About Loss

Share List The Thing About Loss Susan Schreer Davis, contributing writer and Voice of Hope for the mito community and all those seeking inspiration in their day-to-day lives. Follow along each week at www.hopeflies.org, and on social media. While perusing Facebook this morning, I read a post by a grieving mom. She lost her young […]

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1st of March 2018

I Can’t Imagine

Susan Schreer Davis, contributing writer and Voice of Hope for the mito community and all those seeking inspiration in their day-to-day lives. Follow along each week at www.hopeflies.org, and on social media. “This one looks interesting,” my husband suggested. “Are you sure?” I asked, not wanting to waste time on the wrong movie. “I think […]

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20th of February 2018

The Great Big Why

Susan Schreer Davis, contributing writer and Voice of Hope for the mito community and all those seeking inspiration in their day-to-day lives. Follow along each week at www.hopeflies.org, and on social media. Share List The nurse sounded as uninterested as my sister at a football game, “You need the results of a recent EMG?” “Yes…” […]

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13th of February 2018

I’m waiting

Susan Schreer Davis, contributing writer and Voice of Hope for the mito community and all those seeking inspiration in their day-to-day lives. Follow along each week at www.hopeflies.org, and on social media. Share List I’m waiting—waiting for test results that won’t be available until tomorrow. I sought refuge in a favorite Starbucks, only to learn […]

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6th of February 2018

I need hope

Welcome Susan Schreer Davis, contributing writer and Voice of Hope for the mito community and all those seeking inspiration in their day-to-day challenges. Follow along each at www.hopeflies.org, and on FMM’s social media. Share List I need hope. I clamber for hope. Fight for hope. Search for hope. Sometimes it wells up with ease. Like […]

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