Serene Sunday: Sunday, May 20th, 2018

I hope you all have enjoyed the mini inspiring videos that I put up over the course of last night and today. I sure did! And many of these you can play them back every day so that it can help you remember why you’re on this Earth, what you’re fighting for and hope you get your priorities straight and centered.

And, if you’re not Christian, then find something that you can do to tune in on your spiritual side, no matter what it is, for you.

Once you find out what helps you and what helps you stay centered, then do it every day and make sure it incorporates your spiritual life into your business life and family life.

Watching Kerry Shook on TBN on cable and will write more afterwards.

I have never heard of Kerry Shook or knew of him before the TBN special.

Deshaun Watson was his guest, a very inspirational sports star because of his philosophy on living.

He is Christian and prays every day and looks for guidance in everything he does.

He’s also a mentor for kids and a positive role model.

I don’t follow sports, or football, but I do know Deshaun has a winning attitude and has done really well in his life with his sweet Mother as his Guide.

I hope all of your day way royally blessed. Mine was.

My morning began with my extreme case of sinus trouble that has been going on for 2 weeks now really getting the better of me and requiring me to go to urgent care so I could get my throat looked at, because it felt really sore and scratchy.

I have an acute sinus infection and am not contageous in any way.

I specifically asked the doctor that, and he said “no you don’t worry about giving anybody anything.”

I was relieved to know I didn’t have the flu or something, as there are lots of new cases of influenza on the news around here in Las Vegas.

A virus is not the kind of gift I like giving.

So, the doctor gave me a prescription that I will take for 10 days. I felt better after the 1st pill, in my throat didn’t feel quite so irritated.

So you see, there’s always something to be thankful for!

What are you thankful for today?

Share something you’ve thanked God for in the comment box.

I hope one of you actually does.

Until next Serene Sunday, stay blessed, be strong and help someone just because you can.

Written by Paulette L. Motzko.

Photography and digital art by Paulette L. Motzko.

The Quest for the Cancer Cure May 19th, 2018 Edition


There are 23 contributors in today’s issue of the Quest for your cancer cure

If you were a nonprofit raising money for cancer research please get in touch with Paulette motzko at

Image photo by PauletteMotzko.

Or call her at 714-728-6037


Your Epilepsy News Resource

There are 180 contributors in today’s issue of Your Epilepsy News Resource.

This newsletter was created by Paulette Le Pore Motzko to educate and for and Enlighten those who have epilepsy and those who have family members or friends who have this very misunderstood, invisible, neurological disorder.

Photo below of Miss Motzko taken last night at The Texas Station Casino.

Ramona’s Alzheimer’s Disease Daily

There are a 114 contributors in today’s issue of Ramona’s Alzheimer’s Disease Daily.

Mom’s wise words fueled me from the time I was a small child. We much work to find the CURE for Alzheimer’s disease.

Mom never knew I created this newsletter but I knew I could educate caregivers and all those who know and love someone with dementia or memory difficulties or Alzheimer’s disease.

I contacted The Alzheimer’s Association of the Southwest Desert yesterday and will be talking to their corporate people today to arrange a meeting very soon and talk about how I can help them raise money to find the cure.

Say prayers about this. I hope to monotize-this with them, each becoming stronger as a whole, like links in a chain.

Don’t Miss Out on One Fantastic Moment by Trying to Make it 3 or 4!

In the land of multitasking in 2018 so many people are trying to do too many thing things at once and they don’t do anything well.

Then to make matters worse, they are frazzled all day good lots of undone projects and nothing done well.

They wonder why throughout the day they feel discombobulated and frazzled and confused?

Stop the multitasking for one day and focus all your energies on everything you do with no interruptions until you finish it and do the best you are able.

Written by Paulette L. Motzko.

Photography and digital art by Paulette L. Motzko, PLM Studios,

Las Vegas, Nevada. Copyright May 2018