In 2012, eleven days after my only daughter’s 20th birthday, she was in a head-on collision car accident that changed the lives of everyone around her. Family and friends rushed to the trauma unit awaiting the doctor’s prognosis of her fragile state. The news couldn’t have been worse. My daughter was Continue reading “A Story of Brain Injury Q&A with Victoria Griffin, Creator of Flooded: A Creative Anthology of Brain Injuries”
Help my friend Kool Kosher Kitchen celebrate a huge milestone. Congratulations!
I am throwing a party, Beautiful People, and you are invited! A few days ago I realized that this blog has gathered 300+ followers. I decided right there and then to celebrate it by having a blog party. I thought I would get that cute Bing! from the WordPress telling me about it, but it still hasn’t come. Meanwhile, I have everything ready for a party, so I am following the immortal dictum of the Russian scientist I. Michurin: “We cannot wait for favors from nature,” and I am opening the doors of this blog for THE PARTY!
This is my way of saying Thank You to all of you, Beautiful People! Thank you for your likes, thank you for your comments, and most of all, thank you for taking the time to follow and read the stuff this funky cat puts together! I have never expected it to be…
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The idea that I might be healthy enough to exercise with any regularity is a novel unto itself, full of conflict, suspense, and plot twists. But today, I will spare you the humiliating look into vast depths of what sloth-ism looks like and get right into why I am mildly curious about squats and all the pain that rightfully accompanies said exercise. Continue reading “Workout Wednesday – Squat, Drop, and Roll”
I was elated to learn recently that my entire family and some wonderful friends planned to visit me in the metropolis of Mile High city. Then the realization slowly settled in that a little planning was in order. If you are hosting family during the holidays, I’ve learned that the below planning template can give you a good start, or at least something to keep you occupied while you panic that your living space is no larger than mine and couldn’t possibly accommodate a party of 6. Continue reading “Trending Tuesday How to Prepare for Family Holiday Visits”