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Worry-Free Wednesday

“When I look back on all these worries, I remember the story of an old man who said on his deathbed that he had had a lot of trouble in his life, most of which never happened.” — Winston Churchill


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10 thoughts on “Worry-Free Wednesday

  1. I absolutely love that Winston Churchill quote! Last night a former pastor called to check on me. We shared how we have nothing to worry about! God has it! Letting go of worries is something I’ve practiced for many years and it’s so freeing to truly let worry go, and faith step up. Tangie, thank you for inspiring us with your wisdom, faith, and love in our Lord. Have a blessed day, dear friend!

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    1. Hi Karla, always good hearing from you. Thank you for always encouraging us with your strong faith in God despite what you are enduring in your life. Wonderful example of faith. Have a blessed day. 🤗

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      1. Thank you, too, Tangie! I prayed for you dear friend. Today I go give more blood and see oncologist. Can you pray that communication is concrete and a plan for me is made that will help me not feel like I’m “falling between the cracks” of care? Love, hugs, and prayers!

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      2. Hello Karla, yes, I can. Please check with your insurance company to see if you have coverage for a case management, health coach and dietician to ensure you get the care you need. The services covered so much, and it takes a lot off of your mind since the case manager will coordinate with doctors and to ensure you understanding everything. They can even find better care if you feel you are not getting what you need and deserve. Please check with your insurance for case management services/benefits. Please keep me posted via e-mail if you prefer.

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      3. Tangie, thank you so much for sharing all of this. I tried to look into homecare and Medicaid denied free services at this time. I do have a nurse navigator and counselor. I’ve lived with diabetes since 45, but was always active and watched my diet. Now, it just seems to be all over the place! I felt fortunate yesterday that one of the nurses gave me a diet book! I think I’m headed in the right direction! I appreciate you so much. Yes, I’ll check my email and try to update it as well. Sending love and hugs and prayers always.

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      4. Karla, you’re welcome. I pray you are definitely heading in the right direction. No need to burden yourself checking e-mails. Sending you love, hugs, prayers and blessings of divine intervention.


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