When I was a little girl, maybe around five or six years old, I had a battery powered radio--remember the big, round C batteries? It held four of those. I don't remember how it became mine but I'm pretty sure it was a hand me down from my older sister. On boring, quiet Sunday mornings,… Continue reading The Radio People
One woman show Act I I feel like I'm dying I can't live like this Feel the breeze? Everything will be ok At least she has a mom A mom in bed but...better than no mom? I should try harder I could watch tv Hurts to keep eyes fixed I should reach out They've heard… Continue reading Act I
My husband travels often for business and accrues lots of points and miles. Consequently, this means I'm on my own often but it also means that I have the opportunity to fly to and stay in nice places like Stanford! Truth be told, I stayed with family friends who couldn't have been more accommodating. I… Continue reading Straight From my Office to Yours: STANFORD RECAP (the blonde is my admin.)
Major Stanford Study Indicates Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) is Inflammatory DisorderCort JohnsonAugust 11, 2017cytokines, Davis, Montoya42 CommentsThere’s been a great deal of controversy and confusion surrounding ME/CFS — even whether it is an actual disease. Our findings show clearly that it’s an inflammatory disease and provide a solid basis for a diagnostic blood test.” Mark… Continue reading Dr.Wise and all the other guys: this is copied and pasted for you. May your mind at least grow curious.
As it turns out, I'm NOT a double winner. I found out from a letter in the mail. To be frank, I was really kind of hoping for a "real" diagnosis. I know, I'm ashamed of myself for saying it. But, I'm inclined to admit, it would be so much easier--emotionally, at the very least.… Continue reading The Good, the Bad and the…