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It's not all sunshine

I know it would probably easier to drag myself through each day if I were medicated and numb. However, I do not want to go that route. 125 more words


My Future In A Poetic Cup Of Tea Leaves

Someone a bit further down the road I am traveling wrote a searing first person account of the day before being placed on a feeding tube. 751 more words


Social Security Spent $300 Million on 'IT Boondoggle'

(WASHINGTON) — Six years ago the Social Security Administration embarked on an aggressive plan to replace outdated computer systems overwhelmed by a growing flood of disability claims. 899 more words

Epilepsy: Something To Notice

After an afternoon at the hospital, I realized: Not many people know what to do when someone is having a seizure. A seizure is something that takes every ounce of energy out of you. 813 more words

Montreal, Day Four

Yesterday morning we went over the itinerary. We were going to walk to the Biodome, which is in Montreal’s Olympic Park (and is, I believe, inside a former Olympic stadium). 1,272 more words


Here we are at a neighborhood landmark.  Au’s Garden has been here for as long as I can remember. A place with tasty Chinese food,  good portions and reasonable prices. 289 more words