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Dropping Things…On Your Face by RunEatPlay Posted Wed 04 Apr 2012 12:04pm I would like to give a big thank you to Skinny Runner  for featuring me on her blog yesterday. If you haven’t checked out her blog, you should. It’s great and one of my favorite running blogs. Yesterday’s Workout Stationary bike – 35 minutes I managed to get my butt to the gym last night, and by managed I mean I counted down ... Read on »
Sometimes life drops things right in front of you by Michele Tomecko Posted Fri 28 Aug 2009 8:07pm So back to school is fast approaching. Not only for the older kids but for Kenny! I am so nervous. I know it is only for 2 days a week, but those two days...dropping him off...seeing his sad face when I walk out the door...ugh...it just breaks my heart! Then I sit and worry about the stupid Swine Flu hitting our house...I know I can sit and tell ... Read on »
oh man I made a dropbox but I can't figure out how to make it public and let people drop things into boxes hahaha! apparently I by zoewscott Posted Wed 15 Sep 2010 1:46pm To share a box with someone you either have to invite them to a folder (using dropbox.com and your login) or be invited to their folder.  I would suggest making a post asking those of your followers whom want to share music to message you or reply with their email so you can invite them to one big shared folder :)  Hope that helps a little… ... Read on »
update: chemo break and revival by Donna Peach Patient Expert Posted Wed 07 Apr 2010 12:00am It feels as though I have been away on a health sabbatical. I have been concentrating on healing and becoming stronger during this time. Healthy food, lots of fluids, especially water, lots of rest–I found myself sleeping most of the time until recently. My side effects are finally fading. My taste buds are recovering, and I can taste ag ... Read on »
memory recall failure by Donna Peach Patient Expert Posted Mon 19 Apr 2010 12:00am I thought chemo brain would be waning along with the other side effects. Yet, I would be wrong. Today I showed up at the infusion center for my treatment only to recall, after reminders from the staff, that my next appointment would be two weeks from the last: meaning not today but next Monday. Maybe it wasn’t chemo brain but just my ... Read on »
Don't let something makes no difference cause Cheap D3 Gold well what madness associated with life by gw2mail Posted Fri 29 Mar 2013 12:20am   Don't let something makes no difference causeDiablo 3 Goldyou to drop a thing that will. I should tell myself which before. By helping cover their the old, as well as in while using brand-new, that is certainly right. Time is sort of a web, anyone experience where you plant upon. Actually, someday, it doesn't matter how difficult you've tried, yo ... Read on »
How to avoid these 5 drop inducing obstacles by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 16 May 2012 9:09pm While joggling the streets of Chicago I typically do a standard cascade juggling pattern keeping the bean bags below my eyes and in front of my face.  But there are times when you need to change it up to avoid a drop.  Here are the top 5 things that might cause you to drop and what to do to avoid them.  1.  Pedestrians – The number o ... Read on »
A Perilous Relief – The Physical Backdrop(s) of My Risk-Taking Behavior(s) by Broken Brilliant Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm At the risk of sounding like I’m sitting around feeling sorry for myself, let me tell you about my physical experience. I don’t want pity, I don’t want clucking of tongues, I don’t want you to feel sorry for me. This is just my experience, and I’ve acclimated to it over the years. But I’d be lying, if I told you it’s easy… To fully appreci ... Read on »
Squiggy Has MS! by Jeff Pile Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:12pm Monday, June 15, 2009 I found this on an MS Blog called "MS Strength" and found it interesting. The story of David Lander, aka Squiggy, started in Brooklyn, NY, in 1947. As a teenager, Lander attended the High School of Performing Arts in Manhattan and later attended college at NYU and Carnegie Tech. After moving to Hollywood, La ... Read on »
Repetitive Strain Injury - Causes & Symptoms by ChronicPainReleif .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm DEBORAH QUILTER, R.S.I. EXPERT: I got injured using the computer. I was working very hard and I was working late a lot of nights. And, one night, I realized that I was very fatigued. I could hardly hold my hands to the keyboard. ANNOUNCER: After struggling with her own repetitive strain injury, writer Deborah Quilter wrote two well-regarded books ... Read on »