Posts Tagged ‘ medical stuff ’

Sometimes You’re Just a Foot From Trouble

March 12, 2019
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All I wanted to do was pee. When you get to be middle aged, that kind of thing can become very important. Some people wake up at night thinking, “Did I leave the oven on?”…

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Happy Birthday, Sicko

March 4, 2019
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I’d be remiss–and in trouble–if I didn’t say happy 7th wedding anniversary to the love of my life, Emily Hunter. That wasn’t her original last name; just wanted to make that clear. That’s Emily on…

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Pulling The Horse Muscle, or Break In the Saddle Again

November 12, 2018
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“Would you like to go on a trail ride?” my wife asked in August. (Yeah, I know. It’s taken me this long to recover from the emotional trauma enough to write about it.) Do you…

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Big Medical Words, or: Holy Bovine, What’s Wrong With Me?

April 1, 2018
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Well, bad news on the medical front, as I went to the doctor Wednesday and was diagnosed with bilateral Eustachian salpingitis, which has effected my balance and hearing a little. He gave me a shot…

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Surviving The Fire, But Not the Move

January 28, 2018
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My wife and I, through no fault of our own, had to fill our SUV with boxes this weekend and take them to our house. (The boxes were full–otherwise, what would be the point?) Okay,…

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Nice Fall, Have a Good Trip

October 27, 2017
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It was a strange day, in that I did home maintenance work, but didn’t get hurt. Not exactly. I closed all the storm windows, and replaced some screens. I still have creases in some of…

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A Dental Memory Dam

September 28, 2017
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I have the same relationship with my dentist that many people do with family members: I love him and appreciate him, but I don’t actually want to see him. I suppose that’s not unusual, but…

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Back Cracking and Mower Mania

August 6, 2017
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So … kind of a sucky week. Actually, all of July kind of sucked, and the first few days of August just went along with it. Come to think of it, 2017 as a whole…

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Germs or Motes? Waiting for the Frost

August 1, 2017
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I’ve been feeling crappy the last several days: either an oncoming summer cold or a bad allergy attack (and/or lack of sleep This is a third shift worker’s go-to explanation for everything). Considering all the…

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Christmas In Almost February

January 30, 2017
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Winter almost beat the Hunter family Christmas celebration. Almost. But in the end we celebrated, if only a month or so late. First there was illness. Then work schedules. Then more illness. Then weather. Illness.…

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