There are times when some of us decide we don’t want to forget a low point. An example of mine is from an event back in 1990. It was a bad day and I was in the midst of a really stupid argument as I was holding the television remote control. It was the first time I ever threw something in anger. Not at the other participant in the argument, mind you, very much in a different direction, but it was wrong. It was also the last time I ever threw something in anger. There are marks on the ceiling of my bedroom from the remotes … and the ceiling has been painted three times since. The painters never knew why I insisted they NOT paint over the marks, you can even see the tape outline around them. I see those marks daily, and have not lost it since.
Gillian wrote what she did for herself, to remember the low she hit. If she was a poet, it would have been in verse. If she was a country music singer, we’d all be changing the station. After writing it, she decided to share it with me, and I shared with you. We all, especially those of us in this club, hit that low at times.
Remember the post a few days ago about the web site I found that had clothes that might work for Pearlsky? I wrote about what an idiot I was for not wanting to buy from there because the web site was not very professional? Note that I never identified the site, but I did offer the comments to the owner. Just to let you know, as a follow-up, Pearlsky and I received threats of physical violence from someone, I am guessing the web designer, but don’t know.
… you’ll be very sorry….try me. . Thanks to your email address I have everything on you…address, kids names….you name it…
Being a geek, I know that the claims are totally bogus. But I tell you, these here internets are a scary place. And don’t comment on this in the comments please, I don’t need more aggravation!
Remember DaisyAndAriasDaddy, the professor? Aria is still in the hospital and has many many issues. Dad seems to be handling it extremely well (of course he has a great role model … 😉 ), and now he lets us in on a secret. His wife, Rachael, has a blog as well, TheSociallyInappropriateMom. I wonder if they have different takes on the same situations …
It is such a bitch to get the body jacket on Pearlsky by myself that she hardly wears it. Not sure if that is a good or a bad thing.
The state is still investigating the head nurse and the stuff she did to Pearlsky. What on earth is that about? For four months? Death penalty cases have taken less time.
Okay, I’m done for now.
Yeah — the internets have their fair share of nuts. They usually go away, though, when they’re not nurtured.
Re the scoliosis jacket, I don’t know if someone else mentioned this to you, and I know you’re not a fan of Botox, who would be (well, I guess plenty of middle-aged women are, come to think of it) but there is an orthopedist who has used Botox for scoliosis. He is in New Jersey. If you’d like more info let me know.
Elizabeth, I’m not nurtured and I haven’t gone away yet, so keep that in mind. 😛
That’s really funny…about the remote. Uncanny is a better word. I threw a remote in anger once. The only thing I ever threw in anger up until 2009. That remote shattered into pieces and cost me 80 bucks to replace.
Braces are a beeoch. Wish I could help you on that one.
You have role-modeled the best follow-up to Gillian. IMHO
A&A: I don’t really have much against botox, Pearlsky has had success with it. I am real interested in more information, either here or contact me via the contact page. THANKS.
Barbara: Your opinion is always welcome … thanks.
His name is Roy Nuzzo–I googled and found his website, which has a section on Botox and scoliosis. As with most docs and procedures, I know of some parents who were enthusiastic and some who weren’t. I’m sure you and Pearlsky could figure out whether he was a good fit for you before getting too far into things. Some of the images on the site are a bit heavy duty, so only peruse it when you can relax.