Ramona’s Alzheimer’s Disease Daily

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There are 67 contributors in today’s issue of Ramona’s Alzheimer’s Disease Daily.

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Ramona Lea Le Pore-who is my mother,  who this newsletter was named after, has advanced Alzheimer’s disease.  That’s me on the right and mom and I had a wonderful time together.  I knew that all we had was NOW because the future wasn’t guaranteed. I also knew I couldn’t halt the progression of the disease,  but I could enlighten and educate others to hopefully prevent others from having it, or detect it early on.

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
November 30th, 2015

Photography by Glenn Clayton
Photo editing by Paulette L Motzko,  PLM Studios, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Copyright November 2015

6:30 a.m

What do you really love to do and what are you passionate about?

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Image created by Paulette L Motzko,  PLM Studios, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Photography and Digital Arts by Paulette L Motzko,  Copyright 2015

What do you love to do? I mean what are you passionate about?

When you take the time discover what those things are, you’ll be closer to figuring out what you should be doing for a living. If you make your living doing things you love then it’s not work at all, but you’re really fulfilling a purpose that you were meant to be doing on this earth. What do you think your purpose is?

Do you have the computer open up Microsoft Word and start writing. It isn’t important what the words are, write what’s within your heart.

You can also use one of the many writing apps on smartphone, tablets, iPods or iPads. That way you can write wherever you go, when the thought or idea strikes you.
If you don’t have any this technological devices, you can simply get a notebook at the grocery store or office supply and they’re really good pen, one that’s very comfortable in your hand. And write everyday, about your life about the way you feel then watch what happens. You’ll be on the road to self discovery and poems might emerge, ideas for a book, or you can elaborate on the passions in your life and what makes you most happiest when you do it.

I hope you have a fantastic day in your corner of the world.

Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Monday, November 30th, 2015
5:14 a.m

From Google Play Books comes Abraham Lincoln by James Morgan.

Abraham Lincoln, James Morgan.
https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=kzoqAAAAYAAJ

I listened to 5 chapters of the 36 in the book about one of the greatest presidents who ever lived. Did you know that Abraham Lincoln’s father hated books and thought education was a total waste of time? He did.

Did you know that Abraham Lincoln was as strong physically as he was intellectually? He was.

Did you know that topics like slavery and the concept of people being owned outraged him? It did.

Did you know that he walked 9 miles to go to school in one day and cherished books education? He did.

Click on the link and you will be able to read about the man called Abraham Lincoln and with the updates Google has made to their entire Play Books series, and through dedicated advancements in optical character recognition, you can now choose to have the book read to you. This is phenomenonal. Now all of us, even the blind,  can hear a book being read to them, and not rely on braille or books The Braille Institute provides.

Through this and Librivox, having real volunteers reading the books, there is no reason any body should be bored any where.
I like reading the text and listening because it moves you along in the book and the book gets read.
Also,  I as a writer, can analyze how the author crafted his or her words and listen.

If you’re a teacher or instructor and Google Play Books and Librivox are not being employed, then now you can.

Reading opens your mind,  educates and helps you empathize and experience the world’s triumps, tragedies, adventures and other things far better than any TV ever could.
I don’t own a television set. Too many people own them the thing owns them in that they sit complacent in front of it.

Nothing wrong with watching a good movie or show or cable Animal Planet, The Food Network, The History Channel, Discovery. .something where you learn something or a really great movie.
Just make sure you are one who LIVED LIFE and doesn’t merely watch it in front of you.

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Copyright November 2015
4:36 a.m

Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe

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All the people who read this very controversial book about the horrors of slavery rated it 4 plus out of 4. Nobody has the right to own anyone and in today’s age of 2015, this marks a very sad time in history which I, thank God is behind us. I want to see all human slavery end everywhere,  nomatter what country.  That, and human trafficking,  which is the same thing really,  just another word for it. A euphamism, If you will.

This book is read 18 hours and many listened to this book while working and claimed the hours passed like they were flying by.

Read this book….or listen to the book and experience the classic book on Librivox. Just click the link and you will be able to download the book or simply play it or share the book with others. The more we read and share classic literature and books we have read with a valid, important message, the more sophisticated we will become as a people and I hope, one day, topics like slavery will be dead forever.

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Copyright November 30, 2015
4:14 a.m.

Paulette Motzko’s Thanksgiving Story

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What I have found in my over five decades of living, like decades on a rosary, you can have everything in the world but if you don’t have what matters you never going to be happy. I’ve had bigger tables in my life, I’ve had bigger houses in my life but it’s not about the never ending quest entertaining things. That’s not what life’s about. About doing what you love and helping people and about making the world a better place, if even in a small way. Often times when you’re doing what you love, are you helping somebody else something good happens to you, and you don’t even try to make it happen. I believe in God and I know I have experienced more than one miracle in my life. You could say I’m a walking miracle. I’ve almost died 5 times in my life, but I am here to tell this little story.

It’s a story of thankfulness,  of gratitude, & a friendship. I got friends that are family and I called him framily. I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving no matter who you were with. Make everyday the day to be thankful and day to get your blessings.

Today’s my day that I do laundry and errands and opening boxes and organizing because tomorrow I’ve got a lot of websites to write. Today’s my day that I do laundry and errands and opening boxes and organizing because tomorrow I’ve got a lot of web contents to write.

As I was getting tired of doing laundry today, I thought again and I was grateful had clothes to wear.

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Copyright November 2015

5:06 p.m

I am sending love where ever it is needed in the world.

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If thoughts could only make people quit killing one another- wouldn’t that be great?

If prayers could help pave the way to peace, we could havd a better, safer world.  I wish it could,  but all these things,  because I am a Christian and belief that when people combine those thoughts and prayers with dedicated action that affect your neighborhood in a positive way, the world changes, little by little.

I hope that the days of mass murdering in places where innocent people are only trying to enjoy themselves,  one day end.
I think of the people in Paris each day and I pray for them.

I hope and pray that sweet children one day will be safe going to their classes again.

I hope the sick,  demented people who do these kinds lovecrimes seek mental help, so that they can get the help they need to get better.

I hope, that as a country, and I speak for The United States of America, that we get wiser to isolating and detecting when people exhibit symptoms of mental illness and help them recover. Focusing in gun control only or the laws regarding obtaining a hand gun is only a part of the problem. How can we help prevent these incidents so that everyone, no matter what country they live in, can walk the streets easier and have the peace of mind that is their birth right.
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What are your suggestions on this?
Very intelligent and sophisticated people read my blogs, and the more we exchange ideas, working towards a better tomorrow, the better and safer the world becomes. This is not simply for us now, but for our children’s children and people who will live in the future we will never know.
We have the capacity to create a chain reaction of positivity that will affect generations to come, if we only want to.

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Copyright November 27th, 2015

Continue to Live

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Paulette Le Pore Motzko
November 27th, 2015
12:13 p.m

Have a Memorable Thanksgiving Full of Lots of Smiles, Love and Joy

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Image credits: Photo of Alberto C. Ferreira by Paulette L Motzko

Photo of Paulette L Motzko by Alberto C Ferreira
Photo Editing and Digital Arts by Paulette L Motzko., PLM Studios, Copyright November 2015

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Photography by Paulette L Motzko and Alberto Ferreira, PLM Studios, Copyright November 2015

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“The smallest tables make the biggest feasts and the fondest memories.” – Paulette Motzko

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Autumn Thanksgiving Photo Montages by Paulette L Motzko