Welp, here we are, at the end of September already! I mean, I know it’s cliché to talk about how fast the time flies and stuff, but damn. And I’ve been starting to fly, too! Well, maybe not very high. Hell, I might not even have lift-off yet, but I’m finding my wings! At least … More Health journey progress update ~ End-of-September 2017
Dear WordPress… Your mobile app is flaky. I know, I know, I use the 18-month-old iPhone SE, running iOS 9.x, and you’re in a hurry to leave me in the dust. Or at least, you’re not concerned about being inclusive. I don’t know what the deal is. Maybe you’re in cahoots with the browser developers, … More WordPress, your app is screwed up
“P” was the first person I’d ever known who was completely blind. We worked together as licensed massage therapists at–you guessed it–a local massage therapy school. He was friendly to everyone, and they were civil to him in turn, but he had specific needs that the rest of us didn’t have, and I think they … More Lessons I’ve learned about disability
Maybe you know the phenomenon of which I speak. Maybe you’ve seen the posts on blogs or Facebook. Maybe you’ve seen the tweets on Twitter. The ones in which you know something’s definitely up, but you’re not sure what it is, because the poster/tweeter/blogger doesn’t give much–if anything–by way of specifics. An example might be: … More In defense of vague-posting (vagueblogging, subtweeting, etc)
Indeed, I had to take extra care not to inadvertently type “Dairy” in the title. I think milk is commandeering my brain again. I probably (really) should resume my angelic adherence to a dairy-free existence. But dairy-free alternatives to dairy (yes, I meant to write it that way) translates to additional carbs, without the protein … More Diary of a Sunday [09-24-2017]
Spoiler Alert: I think everybody and practically everything is important somehow. I think that in the grand scheme, everything (and of course, everyone) happens for a reason. Nature saw fit to make sure that everything and everyone in this world came into existence, somehow or another. It thinks each object and one of us has … More How ‘important’ are we?
Well, here we are, post allergy clinic assessment, which I had hoped would be the start to a major chunk of my road to regaining my health, because getting the histamine under control is indeed a prerequisite for so many other important, healthy steps, and I was really excited about getting that ball rolling. Six … More Back to Square 1.5
All my life, I’ve been drawn to astrology. And I still am. Ever curious, I ask myself: why? And I came up with a few thoughts. Astrology has principles that are consistent. There are the planets, the signs, the houses, the aspects, and a few other concepts. Apply them to each other in real life … More The intrigue of astrology
This could qualify as a rant, but it’s probably not meaty enough. I’m getting thoroughly disgusted with the place, for reasons old and new, and if Natural Grocers (our neighborhood organic grocery store, which is awesome for so many reasons, which I’ll probably flesh out in a future post) had a fresh meats and fish … More Yesterday’s Whole Foods shopping trip
Originally posted on Rachel Being Chatty:
The band Red Hot Chili Peppers just has too many adjectives in its name for me to get behind. Like Limp Bizkit. His bizkit is limp. Bingo. One adjective. Boom. Done. ? ? ? ? ?