Monthly Archives: January 2005

The neverending story

Lynn gets blood tests done on a regular basis to track whether or not the cancer might make a reappearance. The key is to watch the tumor markers in the blood tests. When they jumped from 8 to 13 it … Continue reading

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Shuttling along

I got my first taste of coaching at high school today helping the badminton coach with the tryouts for the badminton team. It was great fun. The best thing about it was that after 2 hours when we compared notes … Continue reading

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Steady as she goes.

Today was the first day that my ribs did not bother me other than when I laughed. Laughing was unavoidable as I had to write a review of Donzilla for the comedy gags jokes site. The worst thing at the … Continue reading

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On the verge

I am teetering on the brink – seriously. It is taking every fiber of my being to just hold it together today. Just close your eyes – open the jar – stuff everything back inside and close it. Give it … Continue reading

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From Nippon with love

Years ago, before I met my wife, I planned on moving to Japan. I had my passport, I had my application to JET (Japanese Exchange Teaching) and I had the money to pay for the airfare. Everything was a go … Continue reading

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Death and dying

Paul Koussaya died a week ago (Jan 6) and I learned about it this morning when I went into school to sub. I only met Paul a few times at school. He seemed like a nice guy, easy to talk … Continue reading

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Sunday morning

On CBS Sunday Morning today they talked about obesity in America. While many of my friends and work peers are telling me that I need to stop losing weight because I am thin enough already the show bore me out. … Continue reading

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Stranger than fiction

The world is a strange place. I received an SPAM this morning from from Talolie.com (an outfit owned by the “online marketing company” eeeMedia) asking me to help the Scientology ministries by buying books to send for disaster relief. There … Continue reading

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Wince

The fair and balanced free press in selected countries of middle east have brought to the attention of fellow true believers that the reason the tsunami took place was because the US caused it so it could benefit from the … Continue reading

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Boom, boom out go the lights.

I fell on New Year’s Eve. Boom. Hit the ground like a tree felled by an ax. The doctor tells me the ribs on my right side are not broke, just severely bruised. If this is bruised I am so … Continue reading

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