Grateful to be okay

Well, if there’s anything I can say I learned last week week (in addition to chiropractors are dangerous), it’s this: How very, very grateful I am not to have a permanent nerve injury. I guess that’s sort of the obvious thing for anyone to say in this situation.  But what really surprised me was thatContinue reading “Grateful to be okay”

The push & pull of when to keep going, and when to rest

Yesterday I was trying to drive home in rush hour traffic, along a route I wasn’t familiar with, and I ended up taking one wrong turn after another. For those that know Boston, I was trying to get on Storrow Drive West, but somehow ended up going up Route 1 North, over the Tobin Bridge.Continue reading “The push & pull of when to keep going, and when to rest”

Little things

These days,  I’m all about the little things. Last Sunday, I went with my friend Romina to her father’s house in Rhode Island.  I would say that we were going to visit, but we were actually short on time, and Romina just needed to drop some things off. But we ended up having a greatContinue reading “Little things”

My thoughts on the Boston Marathon Bombings

When I first started this blog, I promised myself I wouldn’t get into any political issues on it.  I actually love discussing politics and current events, but in this space, I want to help people regardless of their political views. However, this blog means a lot to me personally, and I have poured a lotContinue reading “My thoughts on the Boston Marathon Bombings”

A moving response to the Boston Marathon explosions, from comedian Patton Oswalt.

This was originally posted on Oswalt’s Facebook page. “Boston. Fucking horrible. I remember, when 9/11 went down, my reaction was, “Well, I’ve had it with humanity.” But I was wrong. I don’t know what’s going to be revealed to be behind all of this mayhem. One human insect or a poisonous mass of broken sociopaths.Continue reading “A moving response to the Boston Marathon explosions, from comedian Patton Oswalt.”