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We have begun the pre-op round of appointments leading up to my cataract surgery. First stop was my primary care doctor, Dr. G. Though we have spoken by phone, and actually ran into her after my ophthalmologist visit a few weeks ago, this was my first “official” visit in probably 18 months or so. 312 more words


More on staying strong

In case you are not aware of him, let me introduce you to Jason Becker, one of the top guitar players of the 1980’s, and amongst the greatest virtuoso guitar players of all time: 112 more words


Meet Jay Rink, Learn His Story, and how We plan to Help...

With ALS affecting roughly 30,000 people in the U.S. and 5,600 people being newly diagnosed yearly, this disease does not discriminate. Most importantly, ALS has NO cure and how it even comes about is unknown. 1,380 more words

Positive Thinking

Letting Go

It’s evening and I just woke up from a three hour nap. Actually I just scared the shit out of Mark because I was choking. I quickly gained my physical composer but not my mental. 187 more words


C'est fini!

On Monday I finished the final touches of my ALS Hopes and dreams charity quilt. I wasn’t able to post yesterday, but here it is. 70 more words


Expat Life - Not all rainbows and lollipops

I try hard to be positive about my time in Kuwait, and for the most part I really have enjoyed the few months I have spent here so far.   675 more words


Rock Opera Artist Alexander Kariotis To Perform 'National Anthem' At Dodgers Stadium

STUDIO CITY (KCAL9) — Rock Opera Artist Alexander Kariotis stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to talk about the debut of his new CD and his performance at Dodgers Stadium. 60 more words

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