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Little Miss Moody

Little Miss Moody, how do you do? You asked the doctor for help with your view askew. Are the pills helping? It’s too soon to tell For you spend your time sleeping Oblivious to all.

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Pill Brigade

Pill bottles align my dresser Ready to do battle With what ails me The doctor says It must be so Or my ails will win But he doesn’t tell me how To squeeze All these little chronic soldiers Into my … Continue reading

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My Adopted “Children”

Meet black Loki and Lola, The Kids’ cats.  Loki and Lola seem to want to love on me now more since we all live 3 miles apart.  I on the other hand am not as enthusiastic as they.  Don’t get … Continue reading

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What’s The Point?

Well it’s almost October 1 which mean it’s time for me to see the doctor so I can get my meds refilled.  We have a “system” my doctor and I.  I see him every 6  months; he asked me how I … Continue reading

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Tissues And Tears

Children have an innate sense of when to cry; that is until they become socialized (or is it anesthetized) to when to cry.  I mean when you’re little, if you get a booboo, you cry!  But as we grow older … Continue reading

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I’m Back (Finally)

Well I’m finally back after not being able to connect to WIFI for 5 days!  You cannot imagine how alone I feel without having my internet.  Can you imagine not connecting with Facebook or checking email?  And don’t forget how … Continue reading

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Side Walk 1, Me 0

  I knew my depth perception was changing, but this was completely unexpected.  And as if that weren’t enough I also had to fight the hysteria and nausea after cleaning up my leg.    The apartment complex has high curbs which is … Continue reading

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Why WiFi, Why?

Well here I am struggling to access the Internet with my new computer and the old WIFI.  Alexa (my daughter-in-law) thinks that I should stop struggling with this connection and get my own.  If I weren’t so worried about money I … Continue reading

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Bearable

We all have our crosses to bear Whether visible or not. Some people are straight Because they hesitate To acknowledge their burdens. But this hesitation is futile Because sooner or later We all will bear the brunt of the crosses … Continue reading

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Time Lapse

Even changing the linens is now a chore Due to ever increasing shadows And mobility issues galore Where once I moved with agility and grace Now body movements are slow and thoughtfully paced I will not name these age old … Continue reading

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