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How may I dismiss you? Let me count the ways…

I read something really bothersome this morning – so bothersome, it’s tweaked my last raw nerve and put me in a mood. It’s an article entitled “Top Ten Psychosomatic Symptoms” and apparently, it takes ~1 minute to read. That should … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas – may it be so

Merry Christmas, everyone. Happy Christmas. Frohe Weinachten. Feliz Navidad. And many more wishes in languages I do not know. I hope it is a good day for you, and that you find peace and a measure of happiness before the … Continue reading

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Mixed day. Half day. Full day.

Well, there it is. It’s been a full day, but I got maybe half of what I’d intended done. Of course I did. I am notoriously bad at estimating what I’ll be able to accomplish in my weekend time. For … Continue reading

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a little downtime this weekend

haven’t been feeling great fighting off a cold – watching what I eat and getting some exercise recovering from the past couple of weeks — and also gearing up fro the week to come lots going on, before Christmas and … Continue reading

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The things we do to our heads – and our lives

I pretty much took the weekend off. I had been planning to make some progress on one of my projects, but it turned out to be a better use of time to just relax — and let my mind go … Continue reading

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Keeping out of the slump

December is upon us. Days are getting shorter — and colder. Nights are getting longer — and colder. This is actually an excellent time of the year for me, when I can focus in and really think about where I … Continue reading

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Tired of everything. Oh, well…

I’m feeling a bit worn out, this morning. I’ve been feeling weary for a number of weeks, now. The whole international war / terror / WTF scene gets me down – partly because of the tone that everyone is taking, … Continue reading

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The loneliness of the long-distance TBI survivor

Tonight is a lonely, lonely night for me. I felt it, driving home. I think it’s the change of clocks, the loss of that hour of sunlight, the way my life does not shift along with the time, but I … Continue reading

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I’m already missing that hour

Today is a work day for me. I’m painting the ceiling in my bathroom that has gotten a bit gray from mildew. It’s not awful, but it’s not pretty. So, I’m scraping off the crusty stuff and putting a couple … Continue reading

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There’s a whole lot there

So, yesterday I was supposed to go to a screening of a movie that a friend of mine created. I was listed as one of the contributors, since I provided an idea that they used to really build out the … Continue reading

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