It’s Hard to Believe

As much as I struggled on the last mile back to camp, with a backpack that weighed almost 70 pounds, a year ago I was walking around with an extra 140 pounds without a backpack. It is hard for me to believe that I used to be walking around, wearing two of my backpacks from... Continue Reading →

The long road home…

I had to cut my trip short so I could try to make camp before dark. I almost liked hiking this when it was raining better. You couldn't see how far you still had to go. For the same reason you don't look down when climbing, I don't check my GPS or the time once... Continue Reading →

Headed for town…

I've quite a day planned. Who knows how much I will accomplish. I know it's over 5 miles to the hospital and more than a mile more to the pharmacy. That's two stops. I also want to get some supplies at Safeway and a stop at the library to charge my batteries. I don't know... Continue Reading →

Who you gonna call?

Maybe I am doing this all wrong... My primary doctor laughs at me when I try to explain something to him (I guess the way my mental illness's make me think amuses him.). When he is not laughing at me he simply tells me that he can't help me, and he can't see anything wrong... Continue Reading →

It’s been 6 months today!

It's been 6 months since my last heart attack. I called my doctor's office today for my anniversary to ask them why they still haven't called me to make an appointment. To them I am out of medicine I spoke with someone new to my situation today. It started going ok and then she put... Continue Reading →

Every week…

Getting ready for my week... I've never completely read my pill bottles before. It seems here that 9 of them may make me dizzy, which explains a lot. 7 of them may make me drowsy which also explains a lot. 8 of them warn about using machinery and driving. 1 says check with doctor before... Continue Reading →

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