I had my first physical therapy session for my broken shoulder today. I was eager to get started stretching and strengthening the muscles in my arm which haven't been used much in the last month. I was excited to get my range of motion back and get on with life. While I knew recovery would take some time, I figured once PT started recovery would
There were many submissions for this weeks episode of "How Did We Survive", and I can't wait to show them next week. Today's edition is so spectacular that it deserves to stand alone. I'm not even going to make any commentary because it really needs none. However, if you want the whole story head on over to Laundry Hurts My Feelings to get the details.
I've been blogging for nearly two years now and have really loved every minute of it. I live my life by what I can post on the web. If I can't post it it's hardly worth doing. This attitude has freed me from some of the more mundane tasks in my life. Why do laundry? No one wants to read about it unless you have
Bullying harms kids' mental health In identical twin study, targeted kids more likely to develop depression This was on the front page of MSNBC this morning. The article goes on to say that by studying twins, researchers have determined that kids who are bullied have more depression and anxiety. No shit, really? Was it necessary to perform a study on this? Of course kids who