FIBROMYALGIA or My Guide to the Big F: A beginner’s guide

So you’ve just been diagnosed with the fibro, and you aren’t sure exactly what to make of this.  Congrats!  It’s designer – very bougie – no two cases exactly alike. That makes you completely unique.  You are about to become an expert in, well, you. Let’s get the tough question out of the road to begin with. Yes, …

In the Cathedral: Images & Confessions

Prelude I recently found back something I thought lost for ten years – a collection of poems from my youth, paper copies of my earliest work, when ideas and imagination went merrily unchecked, until at some point they were fewer and fewer between. My brother had scrapped my ancient computer for me, and drilled holes …

Shopping: A rant.

I work with people living with addictions and mental health issues. Sometimes they cannot manage their behaviours because of this, and I do my best to diffuse the situation to work with them to find solutions. It’s tough, especially right now. I’m on planned ‘staycation’ this week (I was supposed to be visiting Korea) and …

Letter To Tera

(Tera was a friend from university, who I finally got upset with in person and cut contact with. She reached out to a mutual friend to establish contact. First two paragraphs are what she sent.) Sigh. I don’t want him to get mad at you for asking. And i don’t want to put you in …

Dean

Soft twilight of 24/7Coffee scented spotWaiting forever in two minutes heWalks in smiling Brief, familiar hug Kind eyes, serious face, quick smile, smooth skin, taut muscleSummary of a glance. Words lost in the din around us Laughter and loud conversationKnives on plates, glass to floor, wine to cupScents, incensed, swirling Dance of the servers between …

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