Tag: Macy’s

Sh#@ I Don’t Need

Sh#@ I Don’t Need

    Each day, you the consumer, are faced with a barrage of messages vying for your attention—and your money. Buy this.  Buy that.  Save this.  Get that.  Act now.  Order today.  Call now.  Reserve yours. To help you sort through the endless, mind-numbing enticements, My Odd Sock presents something I like to call…..   …

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The Ol’ Switcheroo

The Ol’ Switcheroo

  There are times, whether you want to or not, when you are faced with doing the nasty deed. No, not that. I’m referring to changing your healthcare provider.     To someone with no major health problems, this isn’t such a big deal. But when you have a chronic illness, like multiple sclerosis, change …

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Brain Drain #22

Brain Drain #22

    Welcome to “Brain Drain,” the ongoing series of posts where yours truly lets go of some things that have disturbed me.   Since it has been a year since the last Brain Drain, I’ve come to conclude I am mellowing in my old age.  (That and I have been wearing white Rockports lately. …

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It Could Be Worse

It Could Be Worse

You will never forget the day you learned you had multiple sclerosis. It was difficult.  Traumatizing.  Maybe a relief for some. But over time you realized being saddled with MS wasn’t so bad. In fact, during your life, you’ll probably hear far worse things than the little sentence…”You have MS.” As an example, My Odd …

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My Odd Sock MS Midterm Exam

My Odd Sock MS Midterm Exam

Well, you’ve made it halfway through the school year. But before you can enjoy the holiday break, you must take the dreaded MS Midterm Exam. Let’s hope you’ve paid attention during your doctor’s visits.  Studied up with Momentum magazine and the other outstanding online MS resources.  And of course, kept up-to-date with the usual brain-numbings …

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Up & Down

Up & Down

  Up & down.  Up & down.  One must be describing the New York Stock Exchange, right?  (No, that would be mostly down.)  How about a public opinion poll?  Or maybe gas prices?  (No, that would be mostly up!)   Specifically, what I am trying to explain is my activity level. You see, I can’t …

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