While I refuse to do “resolutions” for the new year (or for anything, really), that doesn’t mean that I won’t use the opportunity of a new year to reflect and to think of things I’d like to improve and/or do differently. Not the “never again eat another carbohydrate” sort of … Continue reading
On July 1, I posted the following status update to my (personal) Facebook account:
Happy birth month to me!!
Since the last two months have been … well, challenging … I vow to have a ridiculously amazing month.
You’ve been warned.
Yeah, so, well, July was positively vile. Whatever. It’s … Continue reading
Tomorrow morning, I board a plane to head to the city where I grew up — Buffalo, NY. Why?
My 20 year high school reunion. Eek!!
So I’m back, kind of. The vertigo for the most part is gone, thanks to that annoying healer known as “time”. Slowly I’m returning to whatever version of normalcy I’ve grasped on to, working my way back to having an actual life as much as I can.
Taking time to … Continue reading
Fine. I accept that I’ve overdone it. That I haven’t been resting or allowing myself to get better. That I am impatient, frustrated, and sad. But that I need to stop, take a step back, and do nothing but focus on my recovery.
So plans have been cancelled. Work shifts … Continue reading
For the past week I have been more or less bedridden as I deal with an unexpected bout of vertigo. (well I suppose something like that is never “expected”, but I digress). For those who haven’t experienced the joys of vertigo, it is quite simply the most debilitating thing I … Continue reading
Last Friday, I grabbed the dog and set off for South Carolina to visit my grandmother for a long weekend. The visit was lovely, as was the drive — any opportunity to shut off my brain for a while, experience a moment or two of peace, listen to awesome (and … Continue reading