October 2015 Blog Posts (10)

Still sucks

Tonight my beautiful wife called me at work and wanted to now were i was ?? . I told her that I was working till 7:30 the same as normal for a Weds , All the changes the Doctor is doing is making her worse not better. So I asked the pharmacist what he though as he is a big help to me , and she said to reduce  one of the pills and see how her pain is and if she is still stoned .I hate doing this to her but to look into her eyes it makes me cry in despair.

So tomorrow I will write a big…

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Added by Kip Morgan on October 21, 2015 at 10:03pm — No Comments

Still sucks

Today Abi called me at work I drive bus for Kids Programs and wanted to know were her PSW was as she had not shown up. I had to explain to her that today was Tues not weds when her PSW comes. Some day she is so confused

She also accused me of taking her pills that she doesn't have anymore and hiding them. I tried to explain to her that they were gone and i ordered a different pill for her and would be in tomorrow which will be in

Added by Kip Morgan on October 20, 2015 at 9:39pm — 3 Comments

Happy Birhday to a girl who is 20 (something)...

Happy Birthday to Kaitlin who turns twenty-something today. Below she is pictured in the middle of he Zack and Jared on Christmas 1997 when it appears Tele-Tubbies were all the rage.…

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Added by Brian Ritchie on October 20, 2015 at 6:00am — 3 Comments

Life Sucks most days

As the primary caregiver for my lovely wife Abi it sometimes looks like we are never going to be Normal again , If it isn't the pain my wife feels or the diabetes or the drugs the doctors keep changing for her it will be the depression that comes with it , I feel so alone in my quest to make her the most comfortable that she can be and it hurts me so. Some days she is not in pain but is higher then a kite with the drugs and it takes all my effort to get her to eat or even go to the…

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Added by Kip Morgan on October 19, 2015 at 8:44pm — 1 Comment

Stone Unturned

Stone Unturned

After 18 months, hundreds of joyful hours of writing, rehearsing, recording and producing, Mileage 51's debut album "Stone Unturned" is set to launch.

I know I have reported on this periodically over the course of…

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Added by Lorne Alan Riley on October 19, 2015 at 5:30am — No Comments

First Swim of the Season

It was a still, hazy early spring morning on Lake Muskoka; April 2 to be exact.  I was alone in the cottage with my English Cocker Spaniel puppy, Phoebe.  The other cottagers were in the city as was my husband.  Every morning for the past six weeks, a crew had been building a dock across the bay, but not today.  Not a soul in sight.  I loved this time of year.  The ice was breaking up on the lake and the only sound was the odd crack.  Total silence; peace.

There was a meeting at the…

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Added by Judith Bookalam on October 18, 2015 at 4:07pm — 6 Comments

A Remembered Lie

These blogs I will use to preserve memories of the past, such as I remember. And I will be as truthful as I can be - but not more!

One Sunday morning, in January or February of 1958, when I was still not quite nine years old, and living in Delhi, my mother sent me with a servant, Sohan Lal by name, for a haircut, to a market about a mile away from our house. (It must have been a Sunday because back then we used to have…

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Added by Sudhir Kaicker on October 18, 2015 at 2:05pm — 1 Comment

A Memory of the Seventies

I was a grad student at the time - the seventies of the last century – and the area of my study (what a grand phrase this sounds now – “the area of my study” – but I think I’ll let it stand) was Physics. I had gone to Ohio University, after completing a Master’s degree at Delhi University, India, with the hope of obtaining a Ph.D.

But midway I lost interest, because I thought the problem I was working on was insoluble, and so, in the summer of 1975, I decided to take off for…

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Added by Sudhir Kaicker on October 18, 2015 at 9:09am — 3 Comments

TRIPS TO TAKE!

I WAS IN THE BALTIC STATES THIS PAST AUGUST, 2015. BEAUTIFUL AND HISTORICLALLY INTERESTING COUNTRIES. LOVELY ARTISTIC PLACES, WITH THE BALTIC SEA. WENT TO BERLIN AND HELSINKI AFTER. NICE TO SEE THAT THEY HAD SYNAOGOGUES THERE,ESPECIALLY IN FINLAND WHERE THEY PROTECTED ALL THEIR JEWS DURING WWII.

FOR THOSE OF US WHO TRAVEL ALONE I HAVE A GREAT TRAVEL COMPANY IN USA, BLUE SKIES TO ALL, MG

Added by MARIANA GRINBLAT on October 18, 2015 at 8:12am — 2 Comments

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