Before you join me in my thoughts on this beautifully maddening weirdness we call the journey of life, let me tell you about this rambling little blog and introduce myself … It’s all summed up in this one little “About” post, before you move on to the ever growing content below.
“Bowel Disease” — illnesses that just make the men and women who live with them run to the toilet alot and should be kept to themselves! … Right?
Well, no … Both of those easily made assumptions, are completely wrong!
Mother’s Day is one of those hallmark occasions no one can avoid entirely. Whether it is a day you relish, or a day you loathe, there is no getting away from it. —So here is a little poem I wrote many years ago, along with my thoughts on Mother’s Day and the fact that every day is a day to enjoy the little things in this poem.
Short Story – Summer dawning, I have no option but to allow him to embrace his love for her one more time … Her spirit wild and free, a spirit to match a will that could never be tamed.
Acceptance of reality, “What Really Is!”, isn’t giving up or giving in … It’s a positive step forward through accepting the reality of circumstance, moving forward with a balanced perspective and hopefully surpassing all expectations.
Poem – Embracing Me
Poem – Masks
Poem – Gym Days
Traumatic Brain Injury & Whiplash … Not A Relevant History? A little while back I posted a piece about the Epstein Barr Virus potentially being a beginning point regarding chronic health issues and progressive dysfunction that I have battled for …
Note: This post is part of the Symptoms In Reality Category as a personal experience. You’ll notice I use the terms “Blackout(s)” and “possible” in relation to the experiences I am about to share. I will say flat out, for …
I don’t think I will ever know if my medical journey really began during late 1989, as a result of the Epstein Barr Virus. The time for anyone knowing if that illness played any part, conclusively, has long gone by. —However, it certainly is a noteworthy event in my medical history and I would imagine a noteworthy event in other people’s medical histories too, without them even being aware of it’s potential significance.