It was not the best flight I’ve ever had. In fact, it was horrendous, mostly on account of the spondylitis. BA202 was scheduled to leave at 9:40pm on August 6th, but left two hours after that. We sat on the tarmac for TWO HOURS as the flight crew handed out plastic cups of water for […]Read More LONDON TO WALES
Now that I’m thousands upon thousands of dollars in debt and my master’s degree hangs on the wall above my desk, I thought it was time to really try and do something with this blog. To write properly. To start a real conversation. It just so happens that the reinvention of this blog/website is the […]Read More REINVENTION FROM THE ‘SCRAPS OF LIFE’
I am no closer to achieving any dream than I was a year ago, and I would be lying if I said that I’m okay with that. I would be lying if I said that I’m perfectly fine with this spondylitis body of mine. With the fatigue. With the pain. And how both of these […]Read More NEARLY A YEAR…
Way back in another life when I was busy scurrying about providing classroom tech support at a small 4-year college, I often used Harcenco’s video (referenced in this video’s comments) as a way to test sound and music in the classrooms during routine maintenance.Read More EARTH BEAUTY
Everyone with a chronic illness can relate to this refrain, I know it….and hell do I feel your pain. ‘It’s not righteous indignation that makes me complain…It’s the fact that I always have to explain..’Read More WHY MUST I ALWAYS EXPLAIN?
Every now and again a cover gets to me and this one certainly fits the bill. While I’ve always liked the original I’ve never loved it. But THIS…wow. A gift indeed.Read More BELIEVE