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Day Two Suboxone: Taking it easy

I had to go in when the clinic opened this morning to be assessed. I didn’t feel great, and the dilaudids I did didn’t help, but I didn’t want to waste any more time at the clinic. 144 more words

Personal

MOM IN HOSPICE CARE

Hospice is about providing care and physical, as well as emotional, comfort and support once active treatment is no longer being sought for a life-limiting condition. 747 more words

Caring For Mom And Dad

Catching Up

I was discharged from the hospital Sunday, August 17th. I felt well overall. A few head aches, a little weak, but nothing intolerable. Mom came to visit as well as my sister-in-law. 544 more words

The Top of Our World

I talked Zach into driving to the top of Mt. Evans for his birthday.  He told me he didn’t want to spend the whole day driving or hiking and I figured it was a good compromise.   662 more words

Life

What The Eye Doesn't See

Ok I’ll get my excuses in early, I’ve been tied up with another (very cool) writing contest and the deadlines clashed, my story for that sucked all the emotional energy out of me and so this effort for… 1,081 more words

Writing

Back in the Hospital

Ping pong

Grandpa was admitted into the hospital again, this time for “general weakness”. I’m just learning what this all means, but I’m just glad he’s safe. 248 more words

Grandpa

L'appel du Vide

The following deals with suicidal ideation. If you find talks of suicide or self-harm triggering, I urge you to please not continue.

Back when I was 14 I went on a road trip one summer with my aunt and a few of her friends and their kids from Karachi, Sindh to Quetta, Balochistan. 1,315 more words

Random Thoughts