Friendly Fire

My Middles is 11. He plays video games. In fact if left to himself he would play video games for 12-14 hours – emerging from his room only occasionally to get sustenance. He would do that very stealthy so I wouldn’t see him and remind him to put away clothes, pick up a room, or […]

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Screw Schrodinger

I am not a scientist. I vaguely remembered the lessons of Schr√∂dinger’s Cat in regards to thought process and even less in regards to Quantum Mechanics when I was briefly introduced to it in some philosophy class in college. I was only reminded of it while watching an episode of “The Big Bang Theory” (funny […]

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Smarter, Braver, Stronger

Day 12 Health Activist Writers Month Challenge (yes 4 days late – I think I have established how delinquent I am but like I’ve said before – I prefer to see the daily prompts like the Pirates Code – really more like guidelines.) Day 12 Challenge: Hindsight – If you could go back in time […]

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Don’t Mind My Voice

This year brought huge changes in my life – in my families lives. The biggest change for our family was a move across the country from Texas to California. For me the biggest change was becoming part of a larger community. Not a community connected by streets, courts, high school football games and the local […]

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It’s Not About Me

I am participating in the National Health Blog Post Month #NHBPM via Wego Health. ¬†Thankfully I get prompts (since I have not been able to pin down a coherent thought since July this is really good) Today’s prompt – two choices: “Why I write about my health” or “My favorite thing about social media/the internet/online […]

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