Tagged With: chronic hidden illness
A Granger 2nd Cup of Coffee, 10/18/18: LOADING . . .
“Oh. Sorry. Didn’t mean to barge in.” Arlough said it in his usual staccato style as he barged in. I sat quietly in one of my overstuffed, mismatched chairs, the faded brown one. One never need assume with Arlough; he’s famous for getting to his point. The challenge lies in keeping up with an agile … Continue reading
Categories: Common Sense, Tell-A-Story-Make-A-Point, Wisdom Tags: chronic hidden illness, dehydration, fatigue Leave a comment
Bookwork: WHAT DO PEOPLE WHO CAN’T EAT EAT?
“So what did you eat during those two years you had those TPN catheters stuck down in your chest?” “Whatever sounded good and I could keep down.” “So what sounded good?” “Nothing.” When I’m dehydrated, which is a common side effect of short bowel syndrome, water doesn’t even taste good. Ironic, no? Right at a time … Continue reading
Categories: Encouragement, Humor - Lighten Up, Tell-A-Story-Make-A-Point Tags: attitude, chronic hidden illness, God, healing, medicine, TPN Leave a comment