Okay, there is no page 29 here. I was reading a web page on style sheet code and started looking up references in different tabs. At one point I had 12 tabs open and it reminded me of my days as a professional computer programmer. Just so you know, I’ll admit that that was a while ago … View full article »
I know I’ve suffered. I’ve recently been diagnosed with ADHD and I look back on a life of grief. But a common theme running through my life makes me realize that there is suffering much worse then mine. I’m talking about the suffering of food. View full article »
Wholly Tao Batman!
I’ve always thought that a holistic approach to health had a lot to offer. The idea that the body, in its entirety, should have a say in its own treatment is an amazing concept. If we accept this concept then we must consider the body’s cravings as part of that information, as having some validity. View full article »
Okay, a couple of months ago I confessed to being ADHD. I admit I’m undiagnosed, but I promise I’m either ADHD or a hypochondriac, and neither one is good. Actually, I’m sure I’m ADHD, being a hypochondriac requires more focus and attention than I can muster. View full article »
Those of you who know me well know that I don’t particularly like to go shopping. Once there and resigned to the task I usually engage and become amenable, even participatory, but I don’t look forward to it. View full article »
I have a friend who has a complaint. It’s about the men in this town we live in. She can’t seem to find one good one.
Her complaint is a valid one. She has had four relationships in the last two years, none have stuck. View full article »
Some people shouldn’t have kids.
I see them all over the place. They treat their children like their own second chance at getting it right and subsequently make the kids lives a living hell.
I don’t have kids. I’m sure there are people out there who will say that means I shouldn’t have an opinion. Well, sorry, I have an opinion. View full article »
More grey matter on a motorcycle …
Rolling down the road on my Honda is one of my favourite pastimes. The bike is old but runs well, a testament to Japanese technology, good maintenance and low mileage. I’ve aged a year for every year the bike has aged but I can’t say that I still run well (although my doctor is of Japanese descent). I’ve gained experience though and I’ve come to this conclusion – “Ageing sucks!” View full article »