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Jailhouse Blues by Murray Cook

This article was written by Murray Cook, a fellow teacher at Long Bay Correctional Centre in Sydney and was published in the Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday 27/8/16.   1,038 more words


bumped into another D!

I wanted to add this to my other post, but I felt like he needed a post on his own, now that he’s showed up some more. 338 more words


My Internship

My internship with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) patients, at an out-patient day program on Long Island, started recently. I get very anxious before and after my hours, but the adrenalin rush gets me through while I’m actually working there. 1,106 more words


To get to the other side

This was one of the most difficult weeks in recent memory, the trifecta of chaos: money, work, and my relationship all slid into a pile of shit.  614 more words


I Am Blessed

I have so many things to be grateful for. The more I think about it, the more blessed I feel. There are certain people that I want to thank in my life… 1,202 more words


1 month later... (Laser eye surgery post)

One month post surgery and things are going great. I’m done all my medicated eye drops. Pre-surgery, I was really excited for all the eye drops, but after a month, I was bored with them. 444 more words

Laser Eye Surgery

Before failure, there was an excuse

Some people say there is no way to know whether a venture or task by them will be successful at the end. But there is a way to know. 277 more words

Mental Health