A Little More To Cry About

I knew this was probably coming soon, but I’d hoped to stave it off for a bit longer somehow. But, I did not succeed. So, this morning, my sixteen-year-old cat, Chloe, died, essentially of old age. She had a long and good life. Her first mom adopted her as a kitten and loved her until […]

Posted in: Life & Mortality by Kathi 4 Comments cats, Chloe, loneliness, mortality, pets

Sometimes You Need A Good Cry

I don’t know if it’s because I’ve either been coming down with or getting over a cold since last October when I was getting radiation; or whether it’s the post-concussion syndrome I’m almost but not quite over; or whether it’s that I found out yesterday that one of my breast cancer sisters on my support […]

Posted in: Attitude, Cognitive Dysfunction & Depression, Fatigue, Life & Mortality, Nitty Gritty by Kathi 1 Comment blogging, breast cancer, depression, friendship, healthcare, hormonal therapy, loneliness, medication, mortality, spirituality, vulnerability, women

Blogging In Russian

I seem to be getting a lot of comments from Russian-speaking WordPress bloggers lately, which is unfair because if I visit their WordPress blogs, they are in Russian (at least I think it’s Russian) and I cannot speak or read Russian, so I can’t find out anything about my Russian readers unless I get myself […]

Posted in: Life & Mortality, Play by Kathi 2 Comments blog, blogging, geek-i-tude, language, RSS, websites, Welcome, WordPress

ER: It Was More Fun On TV

{See previous post, I’ve Fallen & I Can’t Get Up for Part One of this tale.} I’ve Fallen & I Did Get Up I’m about to provide you with a crash course (pun intended) on the signs and symptoms of a concussion. If you are a parent or a coach, you may already know how […]

Posted in: Cognitive Dysfunction & Depression, Health & Healthcare, Life & Mortality, My Work Life by Kathi 4 Comments concussion, emergency care, falls, head injury, healthcare, ice, winter