A Way With Words

A Way With Words

  There have been many famous orators throughout history.  Winston Churchill, Martin Luther King Jr, Abraham Lincoln, Susan B. Anthony, John F. Kennedy and others. Souls who delivered powerful messages of motivation, inspiration, hope and social change.  Stirring speeches that echoed betterment of personal growth, civility & mankind. To this list of greatness I would …

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Socknac the Magnificent

Socknac the Magnificent

  Johnny Carson will forever be my comedy idol. Delivery so smooth.  Wit razor sharp.  Often he was at his funniest when the joke was a dud (which was a rarity). As a kid I struggled to stay up (with permission) to watch him non-school nights.  As an adult I struggled to stay up because, …

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Grocery Goofs

Grocery Goofs

    It has the title “Grocery Goofs” because this post is nothing more than me rolling through a grocery store poking fun at items on the shelf. And that is WAY shorter than calling it “Me Rolling Through a Grocery Store Poking Fun at Items on The Shelf.” Grab a cart and let’s go …

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Good Stuff In–Good Stuff Out

Good Stuff In–Good Stuff Out

  I may get somewhat preachy here–so beware.   Every single one of us looks for the magic pill…the infusion-palooza…the divine answer to slaying the MS monster.  We know a cure doesn’t exist yet we search anyway.  (No harm in looking, right?) Because MS has a mind all its own, best you can do is …

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Well-Worn

Well-Worn

  I added this shirt to our charity pile today. But for an embarrassing reason. Oh it is in good shape.  No rips.  No holes. It fits well.  Not too big.  Not too small. And it looks good whether dressed up or casual. I like it. So why give the shirt to charity if everything …

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The Mueller Report of MS

The Mueller Report of MS

  Unless you have been living in a cave the past couple years, everyone is familiar with the ongoing investigation by Robert Mueller. Well, finally the nearly 400 page report has been completed.  Although it claims no collusion—it DID cite many examples relating to multiple sclerosis. Here are some of the interesting results found in …

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Progressive MS Day

Progressive MS Day

    As we all know March has been MS Awareness Month.  (Timely of me to mention this with only a couple of days remaining.) But did you realize March 28th in particular has been designated as Progressive MS Day? Well if you didn’t that’s okay too because this is only the second year of …

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10 Years

10 Years

  I am not a numbers guy. I don’t believe numbers influence life’s decisions or events like some may think. But looking back I begin to wonder. The number ten, or a factor of ten, really seems to rule what is going on in my world lately.   For example, February of 2009 was my …

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Shopping At The Club

Shopping At The Club

  They go by names like Costco, Sam’s Club, BJ’s & the Warehouse Club but the business is the same…membership stores selling product in outrageously humungous sizes. This is confirmed by the fact that the shopping carts come bigger than my Honda Fit. Having just received a sale catalog from a neighborhood Sam’s Club, let’s …

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Food Allergies & MS

Food Allergies & MS

  Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital sought to find a connection between an allergy & the activity of inflammatory disease. Their work found new evidence linking food allergies with relapses of multiple sclerosis.  And results were published just this week in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry. (My copy was somehow lost in …

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Making it official.