Everything’s Lava

Awoke this morning extremely tired – nothing new.  But the cough, mucus, and chest discomfort, were.


After a conversation with a good friend of mine – someone I’m afraid that I’m slowly alienating by being somewhat needy – I decided to take a walk.


On Tuesday – two days ago – I ventured outside for the first time in nearly a month. 

12:31 PM

I have not stepped outside of my home in over a week.

A Forest Dark

Midway upon the journey of our life   I found myself within a forest dark,   For the straightforward pathway had been lost. Ah me! how hard a thing it is to say   What was this forest savage, rough, and stern,   Which in the very thought renews the fear. – Dante Alighieri, Inferno …

Feeling Safe

Well, my visit to Physician #4 has given me something to think about – specifically, that my never-ending source of pain might be due to a compromised nerve.  Now, I’ve said this pretty much for the last month, noting that I felt very strongly that my headaches were due to something that I either had…

White Powder

Over the course of the last month or so, it has snowed a number of times, here in the Upper Midwest.  Most of this was essentially fluff, literally a few snowy grains on the pavement, that are quickly blown away with the day’s first breeze.  It’s been cold, but even that had fluctuated, and between…

Summer Ramblings

Today’s Question: Do companies that tease you about future products ever consider the obnoxiousness of that strategy? I’ve made no bones on this blog about how I have issues with companies that can’t deliver what they promise.  Or, those companies that make a big deal out of how great their products are, but show little…

This Week

My sister’s condition has stabilized, but that’s neither good nor bad.  The physicians still have no clue as to what’s going on, nor do they have any idea as to how to combat it.  All we can do is be still, pray, and wait. I have faith that my sister will recover, but it’s not…