This story (aphasia.org) revolves around someone dealing with the maddening effects of aphasia. As I read it, it occurred to me this applies, or should apply, to anyone dealing with any kind of problem. To anyone trying to overcome any kind of problem.
Bottom line: be happy, people. Celebrate all of life’s happy milestones regardless of how monumental they may or may not be.
As someone whose skin seems to burn at the slightest glimpse of the sun, I always try to slather on the sunscreen before heading outdoors. After reading this article, that will change.
Oh sure, don’t go crazy and run around out in the sun for great lengths of time. But it turns out getting some sun is not only OK, it may well extend your life.
Everything in moderation is still the rule to follow, I think.
Butter is better for you than margarine, getting some sun may make you live longer, and weed can be good for you. Who woulda thunk it?
We’ve been without power for 30 some hours now and they haven’t started fixing our issue. But miracle of miracles, our Comcast cable, which still works, appears to be holding up the remains of the tree that took everything down. And our Centurylink line (underground) is also working. So, we have generator and networks. We’re OK for a while.
The power’s been out for 31 hours as these words are written. Got some snow overnight. This morning it’s partly sunny and cold.