Taking Shape

 I don’t roar anymore.


Figure 1. The Rebel Patient is on Twitter. She wants you there, too. You can Re-Tweet (RT) this Tweet here:

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I try not to get too excited when silly or amazing things happen because I don’t want my emotions to completely carry me away.


Figure 2. I try not to get too excited. RT here.

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I also try not to get too sad about bad things. In my efforts to remain positive and encouraging, that’s just how I am. Perhaps I’m older now.


Figure 3. There were no big, glimmering windows. Re-Tweet me here.

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saysagalogobluescreen-shot-2017-02-26-at-6-56-19-amAging past fifty was something that just happened without any charades or glimmer of the future dancing in front of glistening night windows.

I think it’s that way for most people.

I’m no different. 

I didn’t know it, but things were taking shape.

everything happened slowly, like the dawn in the morning dew when all the birds are silently sleeping simple snoozes…


… just like past endings,
new beginnings were taking shape

yet unseen….


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“I couldn’t see it, but things were happening in the background and God was working.”icouldtseeit

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You can help me succeed by just traipsing over yonder to check it out

… and I promise you’ll be inspired!

After all, it’s SaySaga Inspirational!

And I like it there.

It’s comfortable.

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Thank you for reading my writings! 

Additional Articles by Dr. Margaret Aranda

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7 Ways that Chronic Pain Changes the Brain

What Matters to You: Patient Advocacy

From Dr. Forrest Tennant: Hyperalgesia: No Reason to Stop or Reduce Opioids

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Read Dr Margaret Aranda’s Memoirs:

Age 1: A Baby in the Sky for Father’s Day

Age 2: The Making of a Woman Intensivist

Age 3: In the Blink of a Car

Age 4: Respond, Don’t React

Age 5: A Baby on the Edge

Age 6: Glistening in the Moonlight

Age 7: The Pigeon Boy, The Suction Bush and The Darkness

Age 8: Selling Cupcakes

Age 9: Sitting on the Edge of a Cave

Age 10: Mr Bubble Strikes Again

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