Here’s little Riley with one of his favorite toys. He loves to play fetch. Sometimes it’s a challenge to get the ball away from him so you can throw it. He might growl at you because he’s a tough guy.
Previously A few weeks ago I talked about being sick and having extreme tingles. I was beginning to think I might be experiencing my “new normal.” This must be how people with chronic pain feel most of the time. Getting help It occurred to me that relief could be found with the help of a […]
I’m going on record with a list of things I’d like to accomplish this week. We’ll see what happens. Exercise at least 30 minutes every day Try making stickers with my Cricut Write and schedule at least 3 blog posts Finish my Instagram presentation for work Do some digi scrapping Avoid compulsive news consumption Don’t […]
I’m always on the lookout for information about Multiple Sclerosis. Recently, I found Dr. Aaron Boster’s YouTube channel. Boster is a clinical neuroimmunologist specializing in multiple sclerosis (MS). He is based at OhioHealth in Columbus, OH. Here’s a recent video from Dr. Boster about MS symptoms. He explains how one symptom can effect other symptoms. […]
I feel a vibration at my edgesI might break apart and re-formOne phase will fold into the nextYou can see traces of my lightPushing through the cracksof this eggshellMy light will shineFully and brightly
I came down with a cold, or something that resembled a cold, a few weeks ago. I took a Monday off and then worked the rest of the week. I did the same the next week because I thought I was better. I should have taken a few consecutive days off because it seems that […]
Feb. 26, 2019
I think of so much to write about when I’m in bed at night. I think deeply and poetically. Now, with the iPad on my lap, I have little to say. I was posting a lot to the blog a few months ago. I felt I was at the threshold of bringing my blog to […]