All This & Fifty Cents A Mile

“It’s not just a job…it’s an adventure.” Forget House. If those TV script-writers really want to come up with a winning show about medical care involving a house, they should write about home health care. I mean, seriously. They’d never have to make anything up, for one thing, except to change the names. Plus, if […]

Posted in: Fatigue, Health & Healthcare, Life & Mortality, Making A Difference, My Work Life, Nitty Gritty by Kathi 5 Comments healthcare, humor, mortality

Girls Behaving Badly

Okay, so it’s my birthday today, and I’ve had some fun this week, which is a lot better than what was going on last year. Because last year at this time, I had just found out that there was something suspicious on my latest mammo and I had to have another one and I was […]

Posted in: Art & Music, Attitude, Play by Kathi 2 Comments adulthood, Art & Music, attitude, comedy, Fun, women

Not As Deep Down: Crabby Is The New Sane

Kiss My Derriere There are, in fact, times when feeling bitchy is a sign of progress, such as after spending weeks or months feeling numb, for instance. Call it apathy, lethargy, atrophy or entropy, but that state of unrelieved inertia is one of the hallmark symptoms of depression. Well, at least my depression anyway. When […]

Posted in: Attitude, Cognitive Dysfunction & Depression, Fatigue, Survivorship by Kathi 7 Comments depression, fatigue, loneliness, medication, optimism