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I’m just about done with whatever preparations I’m going to make for Christmas and I’m ready to let the celebrations commence. If you didn’t get a card from me by now, chances are you aren’t going to, especially since … Continue reading
One of my New Year’s resolutions was to lose weight. Imagine that. That’s why I found myself wrestling with half a grapefruit at lunch today. Taming that grapefruit took a lot more effort than it ever did to wolf down … Continue reading
I was born fat. I have been fat, chubby, overweight or on my way to or from one of those adjectives my entire life. It’s time to stop kidding myself that I will ever be anything else. Some are yo-yo … Continue reading
Forget Clinton, forget Trump. Who cares about our differences in race, creed or religion? As ‘Muricans we are all united in a common cause at this crucial moment in history… our shared disgust with health insurance, the companies that … Continue reading
According to the old saying: Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. “Healthy” also seems to be in the eye of the beholder, especially when that beholder is a scientist pushing the latest theory on what’s good for us … Continue reading
Every time I resolve to start eating healthy, science comes along with a good reason not to. Thank you, science.
A large family with an adorable toddler sat in the pew in front of us at church the other day. She made a game of reaching her arms out to be passed from person to person in the family, up … Continue reading
A wise man uses his head when using a headset. I had to call the customer service department of a major software company the other day, which is trip to the third circle of hell at the best … Continue reading
Some look at life’s journey as a pitched battle, and some as a noble quest. Either way, a smart knight should be prepared for the dragons he or she is bound to encounter along the way. My weapon of choice … Continue reading
In fall, a young agent’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of health insurance. Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Sort of. The guvment, in its infinite wisdom, decided that it would be a good idea to require *90% of Americans to enroll … Continue reading