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Category Archives: Humor
A journal entry from some time ago. First I should note that my mother and I share an inherited autoimmune blood-clotting disorder which can lead to mini-strokes. My husband is a little paranoid about any memory lapse or other cognitive … Continue reading
The book is actually The Journal of Best Practices, by David Finch, recommended to me by a patient who is working on similar issues. The author is an engineer turned essayist and comedy-writer. I really like his blog in Psychology Today … Continue reading
You can achieve a “runners high” by sitting up. The sun is too loud. You’re missing several days from this week. Trees begin to chase you. You can see individual air molecules vibrating. You say the same sentence over & … Continue reading