Posts Categorized: Health

The perfect excuse

When I first moved out of Mom’s house (I don’t count being away at college), I was lucky enough to get a little 2/2 condo in Tamarac, just about a mile from the entrance to the Florida Turnpike.

It was … Read the rest

Oh good gosh

A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned my new blueberry sneakers and my intended plan on stepping up my walking into something more productive (i.e., something that would reduce my roundness).

Welcome to week two of my personally designed interval … Read the rest

Blueberry sneakers

I’m sure I’ve mentioned before (and after more than 1,000 posts, probably more than once) how much my shopping habits have changed.

Yes, Amazon has been a big part of that transformation, but I was buying off bidding sites like … Read the rest

No wind beneath my wings

Man. Totally out of shape.

And by shape, I don’t mean “shape” (that’s a topic for another post), I mean “playing shape”. Stamina. Wind. Lung capacity.

I haven’t played tennis since my “boys” went so far south I almost spent … Read the rest

10 days

Some people label it as stubbornness. I call it experience.

It’s no secret my distaste for medicine and medical treatments. I’ve had little success with over-the-counter medicines and worse reactions to prescribed “cures”.

Over the course of my life, I’ve … Read the rest

Thinking bad thoughts

Nah. Just not interested.

I’m on day 6 of “backgate”. the mysterious malady that’s disabled my lower back since right before my birthday BBQ and these several days after.

During that time, I received numerous suggestions of what to do. … Read the rest

The perils of home cooking

Mind you, this entire post is based on a supposition, which, if false, makes the whole of the blog as unfortunate as the events that led up to this post. But, if you’re daring, then read on…

In almost any … Read the rest

Addle-brained

I always thought I would have more time.

It was inevitable, of course, but still, I thought it wouldn’t be for a while.

But, there it is. No sense weeping or whining. Time to face up to the facts and … Read the rest

I should have been a bug

Little did I know when I penned the amorous adventures of Jeremy with the Queen Ant that I would one day be the subject of life imitating art.

I’ve always been on good terms with insects. We get along well. … Read the rest