Posts in category "Health"

Post election: I'm going back to my bubble, care to join me?

Post election: I'm going back to my bubble, care to join me?
One month post election. Leading up to it it seemed as though it would never arrive, election day. Now it’s come and gone and the angst of what else is now to come doesn’t lose any ground. Half the country got what they want; the other half didn’t. I have learned a tremendous amount in... Read more »

Aging: The good, the bad and the ugly

Aging: The good, the bad and the ugly
As I was writing this blog, I was on an airplane at 30,000 feet. I was on it for nearly 10 hours and could actually feel my skin drying from the altitude and lousy air circulation. I see now that I added a few new lines to my collection. When we landed and I stood... Read more »

Gained some weight this Thanksgiving weekend? One way to control that overeating

Gained some weight this Thanksgiving weekend? One way to control that overeating
Sure, all that turkey, stuffing. mashed potatoes, gravy, green bean casserole, cornbread, cranberries, pumpkin pie, whipped cream and other various Thanksgiving delights tasted great. Sure, you had everyone telling you “It’s a holiday, don’t worry about your weight”. That’s all great. But then you weighed yourself. You gained several pounds just this past weekend and... Read more »
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Starbucks cups and the North Shore heroin problem: which should we be worrying about?

Starbucks cups and the North Shore heroin problem: which should we be worrying about?
This is a question that most people should know and state the obvious answer to. Then there are those who actually were up in arms over a Starbucks Cup that was too plain. A. Starbucks. Cup. Or as Ellen calls it: #cupgate. The Official Page of DV (dysfunctional veterans ) Radio put that one to... Read more »

Having children: Make sure you can accept them no matter what, or please don't have them

Having children: Make sure you can accept them no matter what, or please don't have them
It’s been a very long time since I plunked away at my computer to share my thoughts. Today I have to as many conversations have caused me to broach this subject: making absolutely sure that you can and will accept your child, whatever they may grow up to be, no matter what. Earlier this year... Read more »

My daughter is gay, so what?

My daughter is gay, so what?
I am writing this nearly a year after my daughter’s admission and only with her permission. I do not wish to invade her privacy, I only can hope to help other parents understand that we should never turn our backs on our children.  May 2014. It had been a difficult year already. I was finally... Read more »
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New Years Eve 2014: putting this year in the rearview mirror

New Years Eve 2014: putting this year in the rearview mirror
A few weeks back one of my dear blogger friends, High Gloss and Sauce wrote a piece with the title “Life is Always Good”. It really touched me as prior to 2014, I was a rose colored glasses kind of gal. Yes, I have certainly had struggles in prior years and admit that the older... Read more »

Nipples: Part deux

Well, I know you are all waiting, holding your breath as to what my decision was regarding my nipple dilemma. Seriously I pray none of you actually gave it a thought today but if you did I have an announcement to make: I chose Option 1. Why you ask? Well, I’m happy to tell you.... Read more »

Nipples, nips or whatever you want to call them: do I really need them now??

Nipples, nips or whatever you want to call them: do I really need them now??
Yep, I am writing about nipples. Not a subject that I woke up thinking I would write about today but as the day wore on, I have had to evaluate their necessity. Tomorrow I am headed to my friendly neighborhood plastic surgeon for my final phase of my breast reconstruction. Nipples. Once upon a time... Read more »
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Poison Ivy: the devil in disguise

So I’ve been away from the computer for awhile. Been busy scratching. Not too long ago I had written about how bad things had kept happening, how the virtual shit had not stopped hitting the fan. Later that week I was so frustrated I decided that some serious gardening would do the trick; it would... Read more »