Saturday J. and I walked the path through the Chicago Portage National Historic Site area. The last time we were there, we volunteered to help the Cook County Forest Preserve District clear out invasive plants, a hot, sweaty, satisfying task.
This time, we took a leisurely stroll and enjoyed beautiful, mosquito-free weather. Afterward, we visited Riverside Public Library, walked along the river, dined at The Chew Chew, and topped off dinner with ice cream at Grumpy’s Café. I did run out of steam thanks to my latest issues, but not before relishing a perfect day. I need more of these.
I found this posted without attribution on the Patients Like Me site and repeat it without comment. Having chronic pain means many things change, and a lot of them are invisible. Unlike having cancer or being hurt in an accident, …Continue reading →
The TV commercial that I love to hate is back. You may have seen it (although I’m probably the last person without DVR). It’s Daddy’s Career Day at elementary school, and an unshaven, unkempt cable guy awkwardly starts to tell …Continue reading →