Monthly Archives: November 2014

Surgery is disabling and isolating

Yesterday I was so happy to be able to go for a walk that I was brought to tears. It sounds like such a minuscule thing, but considering how difficult my recovery has been I saw it as a significant … Continue reading

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No justice

In the hours leading up to the Grand Jury’s decision on whether or not Darren Wilson would be indicted for Michael Brown’s murder, I was nauseated and anxious. I, like many, many others, hoped that tonight would be different. 108 … Continue reading

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The night before surgery

‘Twas the night before surgery And all through the house not a creature was stirring Not even a mouse… Wait. No. That’s not how it goes does it? In 13.5 hours I will be on the operating table and ready … Continue reading

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Words I think about often

Do no harm, but never, ever, take anyone’s shit.

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