Just remember that up to this point you have survived everything that life has thrown at you, and most likely, you will survive today too. We hope you all are having a good day, it's HUMP DAY!! Make it a good one.

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It's getting really cold tonight, be sure and check for animals around....or on.....your car.

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This is my sister's 110 year old mother-in-law with her niece

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This is this past August when my brother and my sister were here visiting. That is my is my wife across from me and my brother's wife next to her, and then my sister. My sister's husband passed away on Christmas Eve 2016. She still lives in the Chicago area, but she was on the East Coast visiting her mother-in-law for her 110th birthday. I'll post a picture of her when my sister was there visiting. My brother, my sister, and I are trying to get together as often as possible since we are up in our age...I'm 74, my sister is 75, and my brother is 76. My wife and I have been married 51 years, my sister, (before her husband passed), was married 52 years, and my brother has been married 53 years. Family means a lot to all of us.

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This sort of makes you think about life, doesn't it?

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How TN. handles a snow front coming at it.

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National Self-Check Month is a reminder that every day of the year we can take charge of our health and increase our odds of avoiding chronic disease and other often preventable conditions.

We all have our reasons for avoiding a checkup or self-check. We’re too busy, or we don’t want to know the truth. National Self Check Month brings to your fingertips a variety of self-empowering and proactive early detection and preventative resources and tools to guide us through healthcare related fears and concerns.

Even if you are proactive, someone in your life may not be. National Self -Check Month provides an opportunity for you to sit down with a loved one to share your concerns and offer ways to better health.


It’s time to do your important self-checks and/or visit your healthcare professional for a wellness check. Before you go, visit for a list of proactive resources to help prepare you for your visit and make a list of any concerns you may have. Use #NationalSelfCheckMonth to share on social media.


Self Chec, a 501(c)(3) organization, founded National Self-Check Month to spread their simple mission: Provide the best and most comprehensive one-to-one tools and resources— free of charge — to help protect you and those you care about from cancer, heart disease and other chronic diseases that are often preventable and treatable if found early enough.

In 2018, the Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed National Self-Check Month to be observed annually in February.

About Self Chec

Most people are reactive when it comes to their health; they seek out information when they are already sick, or a friend has been diagnosed. Self Chec does the opposite, it nudges the public about the importance of proactive prevention, early detection and wellness care of chronic diseases, so they can reduce their odds of getting sick in the first place.

Take the time now to sign-up for a free e-Newsminder (Self Chec’s monthly newsletter/health reminder), and/or send a very special greeting card from our CaringCard Shoppe to someone you care about.

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You are all of this and more. No matter what comes your way you can overcome. We hope you all are having a great day, freezing cold, but still, a GREAT day!

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Does this sound like any of you?

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Let's all declare this week will be amazing! Maybe that Karma girl will come around and grant a few of us some of these things, it can't hurt, can it?

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