Thing are getting real with COVID19 as businesses close and events are canceled. Yours truly is stuck at home, so thought I might as well post some thoughts on the matter.
We're still a few days out from the New Year, but I thought I'd get a jump on it to sweep out the negativity that's been hovering over me the past couple of months.
Wishing all those who celebrate the Nativity a very Merry Christmas; I hope you are enjoying the day with family and friends. To those who don't celebrate, I hope you're having a good day too. Anyway, a brief post. I posted the other day about my current experience with the U.S. health system and a …
Sorry, instead of a post full of holiday cheer, I'm going to bitch about why the U.S healthcare system sucks ass and how it's beggaring me -- and other complaints and observations. So, my friends, I've been remiss in my blogging efforts for the past few months. It started out with my kidney stone, which …
I don't know why, but even though I don't eat right and I don't exercise, I've always felt like I'm a healthy person. Until this week, that is, when I entered medical hell.
I've written about my brother's drinking before. Here's a post from Christina -- she had a bad drinking problem at one point. The post isn't about her trials though. Nor is it in her usual rough-and-tumble, take-no-prisoners, mad f-bomber style. Powerful stuff. Check it out.
Job interview seemed to go well.
Latest sample chapter -- take a gander and share your thoughts. Positive and negative both help.
I hate looking for work. But I also hate starving and homelessness.
Man, I had the worst dream last night. Or maybe the second worst. Anyway, heads up, faithful manateans -- this isn't a typical light-hearted or funny post, so feel free to hit the ejection button. Things will definitely be more light-hearted in the next post.