Sitting Point

23 Feb 19
Under Development

Another year, another attempt at getting “healthy-ish” before I turn 50 in 625 days… that’s enough time, right???  I thought about trying to get back to my original weight but then I decided 7lbs 6 ounces was not realistic (I’m the cute little bundle in my Dad’s arms). I started last year… and things started […]

23 Feb 19
SCA7 Through My Eyes

After high school, Callie came to Brigham Young University (BYU) where she and I were roommates for one year. I learned so much from her during that time. The disease had already started to affect her balance and eyesight, so she needed help. I enjoyed being one of the many that helped her. Looking back […]

23 Feb 19
bloggerchick18

Present day I’m just so tired. I’m treading water. Again. It’s dark out and I try to strain my eyes to see the light. The light that I KNOW is there, somewhere. It’s one of those days (or weeks now?) when you just keep kicking your legs and paddling your hands to stay afloat. Not […]

23 Feb 19
porkbuninvasion

DeMar DeRozan, professional NBA basketball player, 4x All-Star and Toronto Raptors leading all time scorer was traded to the San Antonio Spurs after taking his franchise, which hadn’t been relevant since Vince Carter left in 2004, to 5 consecutive playoffs culminating in an appearance in the 2018 Eastern conference finals. Before being traded, he had […]

23 Feb 19
Jayce Ran's Sweet Insanity

The old concrete staircase reminds Apricot of a bomb shelter.  With every step she took the camera watches following her.  The door’s mechanical bolt locks snap open, sliding aside.  As she walks inside the dark basement the door behind her closes and re-locks.  “Hey guys, you here?” “Apricot,” Shiori’s voice calls over the speakers.  “We are in the lobby down […]

23 Feb 19
I Gotta Tell Ya

OK…this is not actually a review, but more like a comparison as well as some tips (or at least my experiences) regarding dealing with the satellite companies. These experiences and tips come from someone (me) that is NOT an expert at reducing my bills. Hell…Once I paid MORE than sticker price for a new vehicle, […]

23 Feb 19
The Old Woman from Stuttgart

Frau Berger and I got along well, overall, despite how aggravating I found a lot of her odd behaviors. Due, probably, to her age and all the personal tragedy she had endured in her long life, very little that I did seemed to bother her. Putting up with a sometimes bratty 20-something was easy, in […]

23 Feb 19
MostlyMeaghanBlog

I have decided to do the spinal cord stimulater trial to see if I would want the permanent version. This procedure has a high success rate for people with chronic pain and at this point I’m ready to do whatever it takes to get closer to a pain-free life. The procedure wasn’t as easy as I […]

23 Feb 19
SHL Hockey

At the midway point of the season, both the East and West divisions are more competitive than usual.  Four clubs in each division have a real shot at the playoffs; on the flip side, no team is so dominant that their postseason trip is essentially certain.  It’s anybody’s game, and that’s exciting for the fans, […]

23 Feb 19
Rocky Mountain Hiker

An afternoon ski on Carbon Creek felt like the right thing to do.  The clouds had been keeping the Sun at bay all day, thus keeping temperatures cool.  I had spent the morning packing for an upcoming trip to California and still had to work a couple of shifts before my departure.  Today would be […]

23 Feb 19
A little bit of this, A little bit of that

So this afternoon after getting home from work and feeding the dog, I went outside to fill the two bird feeders in the backyard. One is hanging closer to the house, and then there is this one that hangs on the back grape arbor. When I walked out the door and looked towards the arbor […]