Author Archives: Carole Sanek

We are all survivors of many things. I started this blog because I received a birthday card with a pin in it that read "I Survived Damn Near Everything" and I just decided to write about every damn thing I survived. An alcoholic friend, narcissistic ex-husband, worse yet a narcissistic business partner in breast cancer, breast cancer too, suicide, a child molesting dead ex-husband, oh yeah that's one I have not written about yet. There is more - we all have demons in our lives, some tragic, some we can laugh at right?

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Tweet This is the week I have set aside to do a recording for a show.  I have been doing research, digging into my past, excavating old memories, and they are not happy times.  Thankfully I have a lot of joy in my life so being sad is ok.  Not dwelling on it, just digging […]

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Tweet This picture is stunning, right?  It brings me joy just to look at it, peace, love, warmth, and many other emotions come forth. Bookmark It Hide Sites

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Tweet I cannot describe how much enjoyment I get out of creating these photo quotes for #CycleofJoy.  People like them on Facebook where I post them every Tuesday.  Fun times.   Bookmark It Hide Sites

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Tweet It’s #CycleofJoy Tuesday when I create my own inspiring photo quote – I love doing these because generally speaking, I do them from the heart.  They are mine, they are personal, sometimes they go deep. Bookmark It Hide Sites

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Tweet I like creating this photo blog category.  It goes along with the project I am working on called #CycleofJoy and a book I am trying to find time to write.  Come visit my page on Facebook and see more – you can find me at Bookmark It Hide Sites

Surviving Aging Thoughts

Tweet Surviving aging thoughts have to start with the tremendous amount of people (close to my age) who have left this world way too soon.  Actors, singers, comics, writers, and so many, many more.  Larry and I have started talking about our feelings more these days, not because we want to, but more because we […]