June 2007


Then don’t even think I’m going to hold tightly onto an independently vacillating object, while walking (in addition to my cane). Can you say too many references to compute in continuous time, when balance is all tactile and part illusive vision (due to the vestibular nerve stuff and shadows of the night).

But man, look at that moon.

Then don’t even think I’m going to hold tightly onto an independently vacillating object, while walking (in addition to my cane). Can you say too many references to compute in continuous time, when balance is all tactile and part illusive vision (due to the vestibular nerve stuff and shadows of the night).

But man, look at that moon.

I’m able to contort and squeeze my current tube of toothpaste so that I’m now a week beyond when I first contemplated tossing it (to spare the stress of trying to get a greater-than-satisfactory dollop). My hands have come back from extreme weakness and rigidity (after the March brain surgery, and also not being sure if spinal tumors were acting up). Manual teeth-brushing is probably a good rehab exercise in itself. Definitely! (At least when using the Przybysz Method, and approved implements/techniques.)

I think this move ranks up there with the (insert appropriate Seinfeldian adjective…) soap bar meld: when one bar gets too thin to use alone, but instead of tossing it, an attempt is made to meld it to the new bar.

An exciting finish for the championship game tonight–and I’m not talking about the rumble* in the parking area that necessitated two State Trooper vehicles, and their uniformed occupants, to address the situation.)

There were moments when the momentum dissipated, but the team pulled together yet again! (Home team; down by 1 in the bottom of the final inning, after having stranded 3 runners in the prior inning)

Overall great coaching and execution, I must say! (I know they responded well to the telepathic pointers and encouragement I supplied abundantly throughout the season. Fundamentals, baby.)

* here I almost posted about how great the parents, fans, and coaches were this season. I’m not even sure what the issue was–the scene looked a bit ridiculous.

It’s natural for frogs and toads, right?!

Rhythm is to melody as structure is to process.

Still pondering where to locate control.

Just like swimming? (Or “swimming,” in some instances.)

So in the little employment loyalty rewards catalogue, one of the items was a cultured pearl necklace. I can remember when I was a kid and thought “cultured,” was an adjective that meant the pearls were of higher class than the others.

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