March 2015: books

Here's the completed reading and listening list from the past month:
  • The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, by Marie Kondo (ebook)
  • Lopsided: How Having Breast Cancer Can Be Really Distracting, by Meredith Norton (audiobook read by Carrington MacDuffie)
  • The Reluctant Psychic, by Suzan Saxman with Perdita Finn (print)
  • Leviathan Wakes, by James S.A. Corey (print)
  • Smoke Gets in Your Eyes, by Caitlin Doughty (print)
  • Into the Wild, by Jon Krakauer … Continue Reading ››

my website was hacked

My website was hacked. Please bear with me while I change all my passwords, restore my database, and reconfigure my WordPress theme. Even with regular backups, there have already been a few glitches along the way. This may take a while.

Sorry about this, folks. I appreciate your patience.

111 days of headaches

I've not been forthcoming lately about my health. It's been deteriorating rather markedly in the past months. Today marks 111 days—and counting—of daily headaches, ranging from tension-style pressure and cluster-like ice pick agony to "flaring match" pain and full-on migraines. I've been losing my balance. I've been forgetting things. I'm experiencing visual disturbances and pronounced brain fog and confusion. This is all in addition to the regular symptoms of dysautonomia, which … Continue Reading ››

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