Azalea bonsai, at my doctor’s office, originally uploaded by niehoff. Update: Today I visited my oncologist due to increasing dizziness, wobbliness, etc. This is all due to the onset of the vitamin B12 deficiency I was/am due to develop because of me missing parts of my stomach. Got the shot, extra fluids, etc. … Continue reading Azalea bonsai, at my doctor's office
Easter arrives cold and gray, just like it usually does around these parts. I figure that the weather is here to spite the fact that at least one of my daffodils has bloomed, and my friend up the street’s orange crocuses are in full flower. Nevertheless, spring is officially here now, with Easter, according to … Continue reading Spring and Easter at last
We had dinner last night with some of our friends here in Boulder, at a lovely restaurant called Sunflower. It’s an organic food restaurant which is helping me to dispel my 1970’s notions of organic food as brown, strangely seasoned, and gritty. My tuna Niçoise was excellent, with a lovely tarragon dressing. If you’ve noticed … Continue reading Settling in out West
I have taken the few night medicines that I am given these days, and do some general reading until the words start taking on a three dimensional look to them. When they can’t make any more sense to myself, and to write is to never make sense. Then you must go to sleep. I certainly … Continue reading The addle-patedness of some would be writer.