Chronic Small Vessel Brain Disease and the Fisher by Leslie Sittner

My grandsons and I are hiking around in hot July woods with the dog when, “Boys, maybe we’ll see this unusual wild creature I’ve seen here twice before.”“What does it look like, Gramma?”“Yeah, what’s it called?”“Well, it’s the size of a red fox but all black, lean, with a very long black bushy tail―like a … Continue reading Chronic Small Vessel Brain Disease and the Fisher by Leslie Sittner

I, Me, Mind by Edward Pontacoloni

“Hey, whaddya doin? Didn’ I tell you that you can’t eat that junk food?” “Wahddya mean? You’re the one with the weight problem, not me.” “I am you.” “No you ain’t. You’re the one with the weight problem.” “Besides, it ain’t just the calories. Look at those ingredients. They’ll kill you. Read the label, ‘Diatonic, … Continue reading I, Me, Mind by Edward Pontacoloni

An ordinary life: Meeting Up With Myself by Eilene Susan Wenner

It was quite unexpected, and yet my sister and I have talked about this moment when I was in my twenties. Why I would be shocked in this moment truth, has no rational explanation, it only was unexpected at this time of my life. I’m retiring and have traveled around the world, and moved so … Continue reading An ordinary life: Meeting Up With Myself by Eilene Susan Wenner