Category Archives: aging

WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH, I GET A HOTEL ROOM

Tweet This was one for the record books. They saw it coming, and warned us. The meteorologists said things like “massive power outages probable,” and “likelihood of prolonged power loss.” I wanted to make a contingency plan, because if power … Continue reading

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CRUMBS

Tweet  I hated childhood. I was born an adult, and was forced to inhabit a child’s body for eighteen years. During that time, I was under the control of adults, many of whom imposed rules and restrictions that I felt … Continue reading

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MY METABOLISM IS MISSING

Tweet When I was in my teens, I could come home from school, eat five brownies, and three hours later, do justice to my Mother’s home cooking. Before bed, I often had a handful of potato chips. I ate three … Continue reading

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