Tag Archive for 'anxiety'

Last night the second of the two nurses infected with Ebola in Dallas arrived at Emory University Hospital which is within a few blocks of my house. I send Amber Vinson healing thoughts and wish her caregivers strength and resilience, as I thank them all for their sacrifice and service. When we drove home from school […]

Two Cans of Paint

See these two cans of paint? They’ve been on my back porch for about two months now. Here’s what I think when I see them: Ugh. I can’t believe the painters just left those cans of paint there. There’s paint all over the cement now. Why didn’t they just take them? I don’t want them. By […]

Back-to-School Breakdowns

Let me tell you a little secret about me. I was a History and Religious Studies double major in college. (That’s not the secret part.) Both majors required hefty, hefty reading loads and lots and lots of writing. At the start of the new college semester, when I would get the syllabus for each course, […]

I despise road trips. DESPISE them. Why? Oh let me count the ways: As an absolute freak about alignment and how I position my body, I obsess about the awful ways my body is crunched in the car. I get motion sick easily. I mean, like, on elevators. I’ve had the paramedics called on me […]

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