Month: February 2021

  • Nighty Night!

    When I was in treatment, I think it was my first time here” there was one group session on the subject about getting enough rest and sleep. We went through all the do’s and don’ts on how to get a proper night’s rest.

  • Mental Health & Government

    “Regardless of who you are or what you do for a living or where you come from, it doesn’t discriminate, we all kind of go through it.” – Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Usually when I hear about government and mental health I automatically think, “here come more cuts to the mental health services”. Good News…

  • Choices, Choices, Choices,…

    “Attitude is a choice. Happiness is a choice. Optimism is a choice. Kindness is a choice. Giving is a choice. Respect is a choice. Whatever choice you make makes you. Choose wisely.”― Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart Since I have been housebound I have had to find ways not to get cabin fever. At…

  • A Word of Caution

    Comment Caution The other day I had to do something that I have never done before. I had to delete a comment from a person. The reason being, the person had put a phone number in the comment that belong to a different person. I did not feel comfortable allowing to accept that comment because…

  • A Letter to Dwain

    The following is something I have been contemplating in my mind. So, here I go.

  • Wow, Has it Been That Long?

    I was notified that my blog is now ten years old. Hard to believe! So dear reader, thank you for all of your help! Without you this wouldn’t be a happy moment! Thank you!

  • The Gang is All Here

    “The mob believes everything it is told, provided only that it be repeated over and over. Provided too that its passions, hatreds, fears are catered to. Nor need one try to stay within the limits of plausibility: on the contrary, the grosser, the bigger, the cruder the lie, the more readily is it believed and…

  • Indecision, Indecision, Indecision

    I don’t know how many times this week that I hit the “delete” instead of the “publish”. I would start to write and then proof-read and decided that I was sounding too dire, and maybe, too dark. So, this may come across as rambling.

  • My Journey to Hip Surgery – Pain and the Mind

    Last Friday started me on a very painful several days. I needed refills on my pain and sleep medications. I thought my doctor and I understood to have them refilled on last Thursday. My doctor closes his office on Fridays at 11 a.m.. So, I ran out of medication and suffered greatly until mid Monday.

  • Celebrating Black History Month

    “We have learned to fly the air like birds and swim the sea like fish, but we have not learned the simple art of living together as brothers. Our abundance has brought us neither peace of mind nor serenity of spirit.” —Martin Luther King, Jr.

  • One Year Later…How’s It Going With You?

    Letter to The Reader: I have some thoughts about the younger generation, no, not what is wrong or right, just thoughts from my own life.

  • Affordable?

    I am not really sure when I started noticing the price of everything. Debating with a company over the cost of their services. Look through all of the flyers to see which store has the best prices. Is it something that happens when you grow older, I don’t remember noticing the prices of everything before…