Daily Life

Kindness and Carabiners

Myself, sitting outside and wearing a Yankees baseball shirt and sunglasses, smiling. Logo in white in the bottom left corner. When I wrote my first Kindness post, I definitely did not anticipate that I'd get to write another one. Cynical? Maybe. Little faith in other humans? A bit dramatic. Realistic? Totally. Call me Pleasantly Surprised!… Continue reading Kindness and Carabiners

SDR

A Brief Glance Inside

Maldives, South Asia, 2020 - An empty Maldivian Resort gym Source: Gym Stock photos by Vecteezy As a semi-companion to my last post, I thought I'd give an update on my personal training. A glance inside, if you will. You all know by now that training is key to my recovery from SDR surgery, right?… Continue reading A Brief Glance Inside

Controversy

Kindness: A Rarity

Yellow cleaning sign with the words "cleaning in progress" with a red symbol of a mop and cleaning cart. Source: Wet Stock photos by Vecteezy Remember me? I sure hope so! My bad for taking so long to write a new blog post. Things got hectic out of nowhere. Still here, though! Yesterday, I went… Continue reading Kindness: A Rarity

Dreams, Fears, Hopes, SDR

One Hundred And One

I know, I know. Been a while since my last post. Oops. Life got in the way for a minute there. I'm still here, though! Promise. I just got word that I surpassed one hundred followers on this blog! Wow, everyone. Thank you so much! Thought I'd write a little something to express my gratitude.… Continue reading One Hundred And One

Daily Life

Being Physically Disabled During A Pandemic, Part II

So, my first post on this topic was written all the way back in March of 2020, a year ago. Things have changed quite a bit since then. Here's how. In those days, I'd just had SDR. I went to physical therapy four times a week, Monday thru Thursday. It was hard but necessary work.… Continue reading Being Physically Disabled During A Pandemic, Part II

SDR

One

A box of chocolates. A cute stuffed teddy bear, monkey or elephant. Proclamations of love and sweet poems. Sappy cards or a lovely bouquet of red roses. That's what some of us might expect to get on Valentine's Day, am I right? That is, if you subscribe to the whole idea. If you don't, that's… Continue reading One

Back in Time, Controversy

I Don’t Have To Prove It

This particular anecdote has been swirling around in the back of my head. It's hard for me to discuss because it's a bit painful but I think I should, if only because it's important especially since it occurred at the age where I was reconciling with being disabled and figuring out how it'd fit into… Continue reading I Don’t Have To Prove It