Disability and Privilege

I have been thinking about it, and though I live with daily, unrelenting pain, I am still in a position of privilege. I know that sounds weird, considering the breadth of health problems I live with. On extra bad days, I try to remind myself of my luck. You see, most people with disabilities inContinue reading “Disability and Privilege”

The Time Left

I almost died. Maybe not ‘almost‘, but I could see the sun setting on the horizon. I had a trans ischemic attack, a kind of mini-stroke. I may have also had a heart attack. Whatever it was, it was painful and scary. It wasn’t a surprise I guess. I am guilty of some hard livingContinue reading “The Time Left”

Greetings on a warm March, Sunday morning

I was up at 6:00 am on the dot, as I typically am. It was warm, 37° F (3° C). I fed all the cats and made a cup of coffee. With the morning news on and social media to feed my daily outrage, I also mused how the weather has turned the corner. WeContinue reading “Greetings on a warm March, Sunday morning”