Grandparents. We all hold a special place in our hearts for them. Grandma is the one we go to yummy sweets and huge hugs. Grandpa is the one who shares years a lifetime of wisdom with us. In general, grandma’s (and grandpa’s) is where we go the stuff we can’t get at home–spoiling! This is not […]

Boy’s best friend

Prior to the age of 11, my best friend was Ginger. Our family was never very outgoing and social, so we kept to ourselves. I had some friends from school and some from church. However, there were very few people I saw outside of school or church. In late 1987, my brother was diagnosed with […]

Walking down memory lane

I have been sharing a disjointed and possibly skewed stroll down memory lane in my “Roger” series. It is said that we remember those events with the most meaning and impact to us. Unfortunately for me, those events have more often than not revolved around injury because of their lasting marks. However, while I take […]

Plexus Nerve

This week, my Plexus spotlight is Plexus Nerve. In the words of Plexus worldwide, Nerve provides “Relief for Unpleasant Nerve Discomfort.” To be more specific: Plexus Nerve is a specially formulated combination of vitamins, minerals, herbs and amino acids to help support healthy nerve cells and nervous system.* Before Plexus Nerve For years, I have […]

Murphy’s Law

Two days ago, I suffered yet another injury. Despite my most earnest attempts, my seemingly never-ending string of unfortunate events continues. In my younger years, I was known not for the amount of my injuries, but the stories behind them. Now, I have become more known for the frequency at which they occur and my […]

Yard therapy

This past weekend I mowed for the first time of the season. For me, the first mow marks the start of my yearly yard therapy. You see, I suffer from seasonal affective disorder–apparently it’s a thing. (Isn’t there a name or a disorder for everything these days?) SAD isn’t something for which I seek therapy. […]

Betty is Cranky

A quick search on Google will lead you to a simple conclusion: Betty is cranky–with a capital C! The search I’m talking about is Plexus Reviews and you’ll find Betty on page 1. Betty, a 38 year old mother of two from Colorado, runs the website Plexus Point. A quick perusal of her site, and you’ll […]

The Toilet II – The sand lashes out

Don’t let the title fool you, this one’s all about the “sand”. They say that things happen in threes. I don’t know who “they” are, but they are wrong. For me, they’ve happened in dozens. The Toilet and The Sand are forever linked in my memory–not because of their similarities, but because of the timing. In […]

Migraine Triggers – another uncovered

The saga continues. My ongoing quest to uncover all of my potential migraine triggers revealed a new possible cause. This time, we have found a correlation with oxygen levels in my blood. During my kidney stone scope surgery last month, my urologist noticed something that gave him pause. Whenever I have surgery, I have to be […]

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