Tag Archives: health

Tapping into Pleasure

Look what I bought yesterday… Yep, I bought some sneaker-type Capezio tap shoes. Got them on a clearance special from Dancecraft. Aren’t they cool? Plus, the added bonus of being easy on my wide, high-arched feet. I might even be able … Continue reading

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What kind of a dog do you think I am?

I took the four-year-old child and the two-year-old dog to the park today. I think my dog isn’t getting out enough, because I swear to you, this is what my dog communicated non-verbally both times a dog came over to … Continue reading

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Warning Lights

As I unbuckled my youngest from his car seat, I took a look at the back seat of my car. Oh dear. Suddenly, an unwelcome epiphany crystallized into a dark forbidding mass that could no longer be ignored. This was my epiphany: … Continue reading

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If it’s the dog that’s sick why am I feeling so much pain?

We have a Golden Labrador / Golden Retriever Cross. She’s almost 2 years old. Name’s Sasha. Here she is. Cute huh? Doesn’t she look eager to please? Well, looks can be deceiving. On Friday, I awaken to discover she’s had a … Continue reading

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Top five ways autism rocks

I couldn’t come up with ten, so we’ll have to make do with a Top 5 list of the ways in which AUTISM ROCKS! 5) You get a really cool binder from the Autism Clinic, complete with printed dividers and a … Continue reading

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Warning: Bureaucracy ahead

Be duly warned: bureaucracies may be hazardous to your health. Our family has been plunged with very little warning into the icy waters of a serious health issue. Along with the illness comes the aftershock of being injected into what I would … Continue reading

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The unexpected journey

I haven’t been much of a world traveller. But I did get the opportunity once to have my European adventure. I did a course in Oxford, performed in a play at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and then after that was … Continue reading

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Wow! That IS more efficient!

Warning: content that only a mother could love. If you’re squeamish, STOP READING. I said STOP! All right. But don’t say I didn’t warn you. Griffin, the 4-year-old, woke up in the middle of the night (the reasons for that … Continue reading

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Post-show Exhaustion

For me, performing is a high. I don’t even get nervous anymore, which is a great gift of age. By the time I get to the performance stage, I am at the point that I don’t have to think too, too much about what … Continue reading

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Health at Every Size

This is a great post from Shapely Prose, “An Anthropologist on Mars” Go read it. This is kind of what I’ve been getting at with this post but fillyjonk has articulated it much better than I did I think. I got the micro … Continue reading

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