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21 Words

Clean house, clean laundry, clean car, clean meals; now watching Season 2 Alias with Steve and Chloe. Earned this total chill.

Day 21: Whole30 (Dammit, Leptin!)

Did you know lack of leptin makes you hungry? Leptin is a hormone that your body produces while you sleep. So, when my dog woke me up at 2:30 this morning and I couldn’t get back to sleep for a couple hours, I went out into the world with a severe lack of leptin and […]

4.21: Boston Marathon Survivors

Well, this article puts plantar fasciitis in perspective: From Marathon calamity, newlyweds’ bond deepens. Its the story of a newlywed couple who went out on the course of the Boston Marathon last year just to cheer folks on, and between them lost three legs in the bombing. Today the Boston Marathon took place again; Meb […]

21 Things I Can Be Grateful For, Despite the Plague of Plantar Fasciitis

So, I was feeling sorry for myself this morning because the plantar fasciitis is back and is fighting hard to keep its grip on my left foot. Plantar fasciitis makes me feel like I literally cannot stand on my own two feet, like I can’t support my own weight upon the earth, and that’s fucked […]

12.21: The Best Early Christmas Gift

Today we scored a DVD of Sharknado at a White Elephant party. We went directly to the grocery store for popcorn and candy and then home to immerse ourselves in the Sharknado experience. I had heard about all the insanity involved, but witnessing it in person makes all the difference. This movie is so far […]

21 Degree Drop

Today was another horrifically humid day here in Central Texas—72 degrees when I rode to work and 82 on the way home, both ways like riding through a damp washcloth. However, the Austinist reports that a cold front is coming through tonight, and my phone tells me we’ll have 52 degrees when I leave for […]

21 Musical Numbers: Bonnie and Clyde

This evening I saw a high school production of the musical Bonnie and Clyde, which has 20 musical numbers. The 21st musical number I saw yesterday was performed by my very own high schooler, who is nuts for musical theater and has been dancing and singing for basic communication purposes for a few years now. […]