Yep, I Have Yet Another Blog

I already have two blogs here on WordPress, and now the crazy person that I am apparently does not think I have enough on my plate, so I start a new blog. This new one is just photography though. No expounding on life. Check the blog here

Good Deeds Are Sometimes Best Left In Your Heart

Today I pulled up behind a car at a red light in a left turn only lane, driven by an elderly lady. Her car was too far from the line to be registered by the sensor so the light never turned green. After the other lights turned green a couple of times I contemplated tooting…

The Weekend Revisit Of: An Anthem For My Life With Sarcoidosis

When I am alone in the car, I like to listen to [podcasts] that I can learn something from. I would sometimes listen to [audiobooks]. They all help to keep me alert when I am driving alone. The other day I was listening to an interview and the host was interviewing the author of some…

The Weekend Revisit Of: Be Honest – Stay Healthy

Today I went to Starbucks and ran into a woman I went to massage school with back in 2008. We hugged and exchanged the usual pleasantries and quickly updated each other on where we were in the past five years. She knows of my conditions, at least basically, because I had to leave school because…

The Weekend Revisit Of: An Echo Gone Wrong

I went in for an echocardiogram last week to see if I still had shunting at my PFO closure (if the hole my heart was still not fully closed and if there was oxygenated blood still mixing with oxygenated blood), and it turn out to be quite the adventure. I went to my new cardiologist’s office…

Wednesday Words Of Wisdom: Ending Misery

All too often you hear people bitch and moan about their life. No one can ever make you do anything. You always have the option to refuse. You may probably lose your job or your partner but you will keep your integrity. Rather than be miserable, find the joy and love in your job, your…

The Weekend Revisit Of: I know What It Is Like To Be Me

If you devote yourself to the positives in your life, the negatives will begin to divorce you. — Philip Arnold I received an email from a reader the other day who chastised me for always “being happy”, and that I was full of “sh*t”, that no one with a chronic illness, especially as many as…