Monthly Archives: September 2009

I passed out last night…

I was at Patient First, an urgent care place, and hadn’t even been checked in.  I had been waiting 45 minutes and my ear was causing me excruciating pain again, but since there isn’t much to be done about unless … Continue reading

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All of Me

I lived with D.I.D. for so long, it’s sometimes hard to know if what I feel now is ‘normal’ or not.  I don’t believe in a true normal.  We are all unique and weird and somewhat insane in our own … Continue reading

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Strangers Together (A Tale from Latvia)

From high above the city I could hear their voices singing out.  The words indistinguishable, the fervor unmistakable.  Football fans.  (Or soccer for the Americans among my readers.)  This is not my city and despite their boisterous noise it is … Continue reading

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Catching up with Gwen

Before my trip to the Baltics, I took a trip out to Seattle to see my brother and his family.  The purpose of the trip, besides catching up, was for me to take some family portraits for them.  When I … Continue reading

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Cattle Cars

I don’t know how it is at other airports, but when you arrive on an international flight at Dulles, you don’t go straight into the airport.  You are herded down a corridor and onto a ‘mobile lounge’ that transports you … Continue reading

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No Regrets

Ever do something you know you should regret…but just don’t?  I have.  I keep thinking the remorse will kick in and I”ll feel bad.  I know that’s how I’m supposed to feel, but I just don’t.  I knew I was … Continue reading

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Final Leg of Trip

From Siauliai, we will head towards the Lithuanian capitol, Vilnius.  One sight I hate to say I’m looking forward to is the site of the Ponary massacre.  This is the site where 100,000 people, mostly Jews, but others too, were … Continue reading

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