Video Mondays: The Holstee Manifesto Lifecycle Video

If anything my illness has taught me over the past year it’s how important it is to live intentionally. Hell, there was a time not too long ago when I wouldn’t leave a room without taking full assessment whether I had everything I needed because it was such a pain in the ass to get around. In a very real way my loss of mobility … Continue reading Video Mondays: The Holstee Manifesto Lifecycle Video

The Balcony is Closed: RIP Roger Ebert

Of late when a celebrity passes away I’ve found myself quietly counting my fingers and toes and wondering when my turn might come. Having reached an age where more than a few friends and family have shaken off their mortal coils, it’s not an altogether unreasonable question. And while my illness this past year thankfully never got to the stage where I was at grave … Continue reading The Balcony is Closed: RIP Roger Ebert

Treatments Begin

Day One Done The IV has been unplugged, a little sock put on my hand to protect it over-night and the nurse has left for the day. Well, I survived that one with a lot of hand holding by Tricia and support from her family (and all my friends reading this and sending your well-wishes). So far no side effects, no additional discomfort and not … Continue reading Treatments Begin

More Than a Pinched Nerve

I’ve been wondering how to tell this tale without my usually overly long narrative. I don’t know that there’s a way to do this without getting into to much detail. Apologies to those who may have heard bits of this story already… I do tend to tell my stories beginning with the history lesson aspect to it. Sorry… Let me break that pattern by saying … Continue reading More Than a Pinched Nerve