JoJoisms

Newest JoJoisms for 2020

I’ve been busy creating some new JoJoisms this year. Here are some of the highlights from January: I pray they brought a smile to your face and a giggle to year soul…

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October JoJoisms in Review

Here are all the JoJoisms I’ve created and posted over on Facebook this past month: It’s Coffee Time: TV Roles: A Little Chronic Illness Humor: Will the Real JoJo Please Stand Up: A Little Pun: Thanks for visiting JoJoisms. Come back again next month for another installment of fun!

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New JoJoisms for August

I’ve been busy creating new JoJoisms to post on social media. Here are some of the ones I posted this past month: I’ll be back next month with more of my JoJoisms…as I think of ’em!

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New JoJoisms

I’ve been busy creating! Most of life has a funny side and I make a point of finding it. I especially love finding humor in the struggles. So here are a few of my latest humor memes. And here’s one I did for my Life Beyond Surviving blog:

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Evolution of an Injury

As many of you know, I recently had my fifth surgery in a few years.  It started because I walked on the treadmill.  Yes, you read that right. I simply walked on the treadmill…and tore three tendons, damaged an already loose ligament-requiring a total of six surgical procedures.  After more than four months of recovery, […]

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Finding the Humor

After my last surgery, my brain came home to roost.  I’m able to do things now like remember my last name and why I walked into a room…more than I used to.  It’s also afforded me the opportunity to write some new JoJoisms.  Here’s one.   Since so many of my readers are in the […]

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Chronic Illness Rules

Everything has rules. School, work, even science has rules.  There are laws of physics at work on earth every day.  There are also rules for those of us who have to deal with chronic illness.  And as is the usual case, there are penalties for not following the rules.  Unfortunately, the waters are muddied by cross […]

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Deliver Me

Two weeks ago, I shared the dark place I was in after my year of faith that never (always) was and my husband’s job loss. This week I want to share how God has begun to deliver me from that dark place into His light.  As is usually the case with God, it’s a series of small […]

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I knew I was in trouble when I lost my sense of humor

I’ve always been a clown. I love making people laugh, especially myself. The more struggles life threw at me the more humorously I saw things. Until one day when I just couldn’t find anything funny to say. So I just didn’t post that day on Facebook…or the next day, or the next day, or the […]

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Discovery: Spiritual Deficiency

As I was writing my blog post for this week sharing some tips for living with chronic illness, I came to this topic.  After last week’s post where I confessed my struggle with depression, I felt this topic needed to be a post of its own. Here’s why.  We can plan all we like, we can buy things to help us […]

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