Happy Holidays To Each and All

Hi everyone.  I wanted to take a few moments and wish all of you a joyous and fulfilling holiday season. Take some time to reflect on being grateful what you have. Happy Holidays to each and all!

In the meantime, enjoy these virtual shortbread cookies….:)

Here is hoping the New Year brings you joy, abundance, and love.

Thank you for your continued support of my tkr blog.

AUTHOR NOTE: Booktoots’ Healing helps total knee replacement patients find support throughout recuperation and beyond. Its mission is for patients to understand they are not alone in their ordeal with either a tkr or other physicality concerns.

This site is owned and operated by Marie Buckner, a published author and tkr patient who has been living with various physicalities for over 40+ years. She enjoys sharing her experiences to help others going through the same thing.  





Happy Holidays!

Hello everyone and Happy Holidays! I’m taking a short moment to extend greetings to everyone visiting my site and participating in it. This site would not be as successful without everyone’s comments and insight. Thank you.

It’s that time of year when festivities abound for a variety of religious and/or spiritual beliefs. So…to satisfy everyone..

.Happy Holidays!!

Enjoy responsibly. Hoping the New Year brings everything you desire and want. Remember that your health is your greatest asset. Keep improving! 🙂

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Happy Leap Day!

Today, February 29 is considered Leap Day since it doesn’t occur every year. If you were born on this day, as a friend of mine was, you can tell others you are four times younger than you really are. For instance, if you truly are 56, in leap year calculations…you are 14.

Fun stuff. Happy birthday to all my Leap Year birthday celebrants!

Leap year is also, according to folklore tradition, the year that women can propose marriage.

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Sharing Valentine’s Day

Today is Valentine’s Day in the U.S. Wishing everyone a day filled with smiles, laughter and love.

Valentine’s Day can be more than being concerned about what type of chocolate you get, how many flowers you receive or how expensive your jewelry is.

It does not take money to share this holiday.

* Help out the less fortunate by volunteering services at your local food bank, visiting retirement communities and sharing a cup of coffee or tea with residents, clear out your closets and donate your unused clothing.

Do these ventures as either a couple or single. Everyone welcomes a smile and friendly helping attitude.

Think outside of yourself this holiday and relish the outcome.

Treat yourself or surprise someone special today.


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