Category Archive: health care

Things you learn when you have Tourette’s

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This is not a “feel sorry for me” post, it’s to help others understand Tourette’s Syndrome from the vantage point of someone who has it.  Tourette’s is great teacher that continues to provide… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : When life is one big headache

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Ever notice how we seem to believe that everyone feels just like us? Take headaches, for example.   In fact, you can have my headaches, I have about as much use for them as… Continue reading

Sunday Sarcasm Rant : Over it.

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Corona virus?  I’m over it. During the pandemic, my life didn’t change all that much.  The only difference was the mask mandate. In fact, I love it that people can’t hug me or… Continue reading

Anyone else…

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My apologies in advance: This post contains no humor.  Migraines seem to suck that right out of a person. Anyone else get amnesia about migraine symptoms when one is coming on? In this… Continue reading

Much to profound not to share : from those on the front line of COVID-19

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NOTE:    I found out that the video has been removed. It should be frightening to anyone who is paying attention that a presentation based on FACTS was removed. This is a youtube… Continue reading

Social Distancing

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I finally had my tooth pulled today.  Excellent dentist, great at giving shots.  Poor guy must work out regularly because it took all the strength he had inside him to pull, push, and… Continue reading

Senseless @!%&$ sarcasm: Vincible

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At the age of  14, I wanted to become a gymnast.  Having parents living at the poverty line — and the athletic ability of a land turtle — that wasn’t going to happen.… Continue reading

Life depends upon how you look at it.

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Once again, this is why so much of the paperwork I generate is color coded. . THIS is how I spent the first 12 years looking at life. . I memorized O F… Continue reading

My nut in a dayshell

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  I’m blind without my glasses.  Literally 20/400. If a cardboard eye chart is used and I’m asked, “What do you see?” I reply, “A bunch of grey fuzz on white.” If it’s… Continue reading

Health is a relative thing

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Ever have to fill out those %$#*&% forms at the doctor’s office…the ones in 8 font that you need a microscope to read? When you’re nearsighted, it looks a lot like this: Some… Continue reading