stardust we are.

On Ash Wednesday, we remember our impermanence. Ashes are imposed on our foreheads, both as a reminder of our mortality and a sign of penitence, as our priest (or pastor) says, "remember you are dust and to dust you will return." It's always a somber - but beautiful - service. And all good Catholics, Episcopalians,... Continue Reading →

on a mission.

Recently, I have been researching complementary therapies to hopefully improve my health and pain levels - in addition to, not in place of, my traditional medication regimen (though I would love to see that reduced one day - but that isn't anything I foresee unfortunately). See, with my physicians, it feels as though I am... Continue Reading →

the inflammation station.

First, let me make mention that yesterday, February 2, was World Rheumatoid Awareness Day. RA is the original beast in my world, having brought with it the disability and the broken feets and the CRPS and all the other mean and nasty stuff. By itself, though, RA is more than enough. . . This past... Continue Reading →

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