Member since September, 2010
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What six words would I tell my teen self if I could go back in time?
Be a ham. Spirals down afterwards.
If I could have one person read my writing on SMITH it would be?
Someone in need of a good laugh, a bit of inspiration, and a lot of help, and by that I mean both interpretations of the word, and whom, of course, adopts a non-judgmental stance.
If you were to throw up your hands in exasperation and yell "it's the story of my life," what would you be talking about?
Currently, and for a while now, it would be the constant wait for medical transportation due to chronic health issues and my immense patience and tolerance and gratitude that the service exists at all.
Besides SMITH, I read stories at:
my Nook for PC, doctors' office waiting rooms, and an occasional sneak peak in the grocery store
In bed I like to read:
my mind and try to also read the message my body gives me during a body scan
My favorite story of all time is:
An article on the importance of gesturing in Scientific American Mind
Right now, I'm reading:
"Jonathan Livingston Seagull" by Richard Bach and internet research on Status Cataplecticus, etc.
Latest Memoir (of 7265):
Forget shapers and girdles, friends supportive.
- Forget shapers and girdles, friends supportive.
- Exposed to toxic people. Hazmat called.
- Options. Consequences. Deciding factor is choice.
- Got lemons. Received aid. Standing tall.
- Adhesive remover doesn't rid emotional attachment.
- Bubble tea. Elephant ear. He listened.
- Again, I'm not a 911 operator.
- Can't pronounce or spell medical diagnoses.
- Abundance of tears. Avalanche of fears.
- Carefully crafted Chrome inquiries: my filigree.
- Gratitude rock thankfully knocked me unconscious.
- Hugs and kisses welcome. Chocolate too.
- Ordered cold turkey. Sleep's worst ever.
- Franklin Covey needed. Totally outta sorts.
- Earplugs failed to filter loudest voices.