Category Archives: midlife crisis

Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes

I did not make any resolutions for the new year. That being said, there is something that feels new on January first. The feeling that all of the wrongs can be righted. That that an incorrect path taken can be … Continue reading

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Electrified

  Last week I made a dentist appointment. When I called they asked if I wanted to come the following day. I told them no. I needed more time to get mentally prepared. I made the appointment for this week. … Continue reading

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Ages and Ages

Last week we volunteered at the Harvest Festival at my Aunt’s church. The Harvest Festival markets itself as the North Fork’s largest yard sale. I believe this to be true. Pretty much as soon as the Festival ends, the church … Continue reading

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PT

  I have been going to physical therapy for a couple of weeks now. I began going when I found myself unable to properly put my bra on anymore. Despite shooting pain down my arm and the inability to move … Continue reading

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Wet February

So I decided, after an alcohol infused December, that I should partake in dry January. The premise is basically that during January there is no alcohol consumption. There are a couple of reasons why I do this. One is that … Continue reading

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Dead Bunnies & HIPAA Violations

Earlier this week it was cold but at least the wind was not blowing. I really wanted to get out for a run so I waited until around 10:00 a.m. because maybe it would be warmer and finally got myself … Continue reading

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What Hawaii Taught Me

I moved to Hawaii a long time ago. I did not really want to move here. I did not have visions of palm trees swaying. I thought that the Big Island was Oahu. I did not know what hula really … Continue reading

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