Yesterday was a terrible, no good, very bad day!

The alarm was late, way late and now I must suffer the consequences of its failing. Well, maybe I had something to do with the failing considering I was the one who forgot to switch the alarm to the on position. Thankfully, and with absolute precision in reliability in their schedule, the loud and abrasive […]

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Is “Hope” a foolish thing?

Hope is a great antidote to life’s troubles. We know life will have its ups and downs, and I have had a few people challenge hope as being empty and disappointing. I challenge them and ask, if hope was the last feeling you had is that such a bad thing?” Hope alone cannot heal, but […]

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Zoo Day and Eve Rice says, “don’t forget!”

Ann Rice San Who Never Forgets

It is a beautiful summer morning here in Los Angeles, the temperature is hovering around 77 degrees and is not expected to climb too much higher. It is one of those days that makes you want to travel outdoors and explore. I wonder what is going on at the zoo today? I have always loved […]

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Kickstarted and Endorsed. Two Wishes for the Price of One.

Blog Two for the price of one david faustina a message heaven composed

Kickstarted and Endorsed. Two Wishes for the Price of One. The Children’s Book successfully funded on Kickstarter received the endorsement from Charles Price, MD, a world renown children’s physician based at the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children and director of the International Hip Dysplasia Institute.  West Hollywood, CA. The winds might just be blowing in […]

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In the Sketchbook

The Illustrations by Nicolas Lonprez. [ngg_images source=”galleries” container_ids=”1″ display_type=”photocrati-nextgen_basic_imagebrowser” ajax_pagination=”0″ order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

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Advocate Spotlight: International Hip Dysplasia Institute

New Advocate for Hip Dysplasia Institute david Faustina Los Angeles based author and nonprofit executive david Faustina

  The Dandelion Fields….Advocate for Hip Health “In the dandelion field, the winds begin to blow as nature’s puff tosses wishes untold.” The first page in the story, A Butterfly’s Kiss begins in the dandelion field. The choice to begin the story here was intentional and reminiscent of a time in my life where I […]

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