I’ve had one or two people comment on the “number of mosquitoes” in our immediate vicinity, such as my back yard. Well, my patio is circumscribed by English Ivy, and the border to my next door neighbor to the south is a combo of flowering myrtle and forsythia amid an old sycamore. Then I have a variety of flora embedded directly to my north which is shaded by one of two colorful maples. In other words, I love trees and flowers.
So do the mosquitoes. Continue reading “More than Deet”
I’m writing this with a migraine. I hate them. But my mother had them, my brother used to have them, so I’m following in a fine, well-trod family tradition, not one I would recommend.
I first noticed it around 3:30 this morning, but chose to “wait and see” hoping it was only a simple headache that would go away if I fell back to sleep–mild case of denial, that. People with true migraine syndrome will understand that the medication prescribed by the physician works more efficiently (translation: faster, more complete relief) when taken at the first Continue reading “Migraine morning”