Project 365, Day 241; An Inspiration

The ThirdEyeMom at has passed the Inspiring Blog Award on to me.

thirdeyemom is an incredible woman who inspires, and has currently been in D.C. speaking to our congress people about world hunger, poverty, and finding solutions. Now this is an inspiring woman.

The award requests one tell a few things about oneself, and I have in previous award acceptance posts, but there are a couple of things I’ve not mentioned about myself before that I’ll add here.

I am a nurse case manager, working in Disease Management for the indigent of an affluent county in Southern California; the disparity is mind bending. I telecommute (I used to live in Southern Cal, and am currently living in Northern California). I counsel, educate on chronic diseases, mainly diabetes, guide, and try to connect patients with what resources there are for food and shelter. I see to it that authorizations are in place for specialists visits, and that medications prescribed are being obtained and taken as prescribed. More recently, the newly eligible for this program include those who have lost jobs and insurance.  Every day I wonder at how this can be going on in our great country. I give gratitude for the abundance in my life every night.

Another thing I’ve not brought up before is that I am a breast cancer survivor; and I mention this not for sympathy of any kind, but, hopefully, to inspire you.  All of you. Men and women alike. Be aware of your bodies, its norms, so that you know when something is going on that needs a doctor’s visit.  And don’t put off yearly physicals, and exams that should be done at the age appropriate markers.  My cancer was caught early because I knew something wasn’t right, even though a doctor said I could wait another year before another mammogram. Thank God I didn’t. Don’t be afraid to disagree with your doctor!

And now, to passing this award on Some beautiful gardening here. Eat your veggies! / Some beautiful photography. Soothe your soul! Someone who has inspired my iPhonography Be young at heart! Life is a journey. Decorate your life. A trip to France has got to make you feel better.

Thank you Nicole, thirdeyemom, for inspiring us all.

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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12 Responses to Project 365, Day 241; An Inspiration

  1. Madhu says:

    Congratulations Angeline! This is an Inspiring acknowledgement. My niece is a breast cancer survivor and I know what that entails. Good to know more about you and the work you do.


  2. munchow says:

    Congratulations with the award, it is so deserved. And what a lovely picture that you have chosen for the post. So peaceful and tranquil.


  3. If only more people would remember that their doctors aren’t gods – here, in places like Sri Lanka, that message is especially needed. Nice to hear more about Angeline … congratulations and bravo for introducing us to so many new faces! Now I’m rushing off to read new blogs –


  4. thirdeyemom says:

    Angeline, thanks so much for the kind words ! I am honored! I also enjoyed learning more about your work and that you are a breast cancer survivor. Wow, that takes courage. Perhaps sometime you would like to share your story with other moms and write a post for us at World Moms Blog. Let me know on that. Take care and love your blog and inspiration it brings me!


    • Angeline M says:

      You are welcome Nicole. You really are doing incredible work! Yes, I think I would like to write a guest post on the World Moms Blog. Let me know how to go about doing that. And thank YOU for YOUR kind words 🙂


  5. ShimonZ says:

    This is a beautiful picture, Angeline. And it is very interesting learning more about you… especially about the work you do… and the fact that you are able to work from a geographical distance. We are seeing a new world unfold every day. Congratulations on the award.


    • Angeline M says:

      Thank you Shimon. My picture of the dove was incredible to have seen at this time. Doves have a very special meaning to me, and I’ll have to write about that. Another thing I am grateful for every morning is being able to work from home. Thanks for the congratulations!


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