Category Archives: MS

I forgot a letter

My letter to the editor of The Oregonian (see earlier post) wasn’t my first one after all. I had forgotten about an item in the September 2013 issue of O Magazine (Oprah). I answered the question of the month, which … Continue reading

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The Pill: a fable

Another long post, sorry. The Universe brought me the bones of this fable in a daily writing exercise a few years ago. I fleshed it out to read at St. David of Wales Episcopal Church in Southeast Portland at the ceremony … Continue reading

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Stupid Safeway door

The new (well, it’s maybe a year old) Safeway at SE 27th and Hawthorne has a door that opens directly onto the curb cut where one can cross Hawthorne at 28 Avenue. It works great if one is exiting the … Continue reading

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Channeling Babette

This is a long post because I have a lot to say. If bored, skip to the image at the end. I promise to post something shorter soon. It’s the meds, stupid What a difference a tiny pill—in this case, … Continue reading

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MS profile

This is what I wrote in my profile at MS Connection. I like how it turned out. Having a diagnosis of MS is one of the best things that has happened to me. Seriously. I would not be the person … Continue reading

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