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I’ve just finished David McCullough’s book, Mornings On Horseback (1981) about a young, romantic Theodore Roosevelt. The by-line reads: The Story Of An Extraordinary Family, A Vanished Way of Life And The Unique Child Who Became Theodore Roosevelt. What inspires … Continue reading
I’ve been a member of Al-Anon, a 12-Step program for those affected by the aftershocks of alcohol, for 12 years. I stopped attending meetings due to my hearing loss, but two weeks ago, went back. It was the best decision … Continue reading
As some of you know, I’ve been under a doctor’s care. A young neurologist who has put me through testing hell. Well, the research has concluded without any concrete explanation in regards to my hearing loss. The last attempt at … Continue reading
I have stopped drinking, for how long, I don’t know. But having that alcoholic gene passed down from my parents, those yield signs are flashing. Dave Attell, a comic I love says, he drinks to quiet the voices. My father … Continue reading
I’ve always liked this expression, especially the image it offers. There’s a great photograph of Lady Diana in a sky blue swimsuit sitting on the wing of a plane, her shapely legs dangling off. They even used it in the … Continue reading
My iron level, according to a recent blood test, is at an all time low, something I find neurotically disturbing. My doctor, who looks at everything like it’s Godzilla, is concerned. A friend of mine, a couple years my senior, … Continue reading
Timber is what I wanted to yell sailing off a chair I was standing on, seeing every bone in my body flash before me as I hit my head against the parquet floor. It increased my compassion for all fallen … Continue reading