Johannesburg, SA - sandstorm caused by rainstorm evaporating before it reaches the ground. October 16, 2014
photo by Josephine Swart
Lucien Gaillard (1861-1942)
Travel Alarm Clock, ca 1788, by Charles Le Roy. Marie-Antoinette have ordered this watch as a gift for the man thought to be her lover, Count Axel de Fersen, Ambassador and Marshall of Kingdom of Sweden.
The USA’s most popular national park is not its largest, but it’s still incredible to think that this has been hidden for 80 years.
Plate 7, Illuminations of Hildegard of Bingen. Picture by Matthew Fox
Hildegard von Bingen, one of my very favorite medieval women: Doctor of the Roman Catholic Church, Benedictine nun, fellow migraine sufferer. Wise woman. Her “visions” and art were almost certainly influenced by her migraines.
I love this. I different way to look at life.
Yes, I am. I’m actually gifted. I’m sure many of you are. It’s hell as a child and hell as an adult. I don’t think I’m dumb, though.
Unfortunately true. Damn you, CS Lewis, for getting this right.
Well, I wouldn’t use abusive language TO a person - but out of earshot, YES. Asshat!
To all my friends that don’t understand the spoon theory or understand what a Spoonie is! #spoonie #spoonies
OK, now I understand this.
I love this! I have 3 cats (my 2nd cat family: there were 3 cats in my 1st cat family, too). They keep me sane, grounded, and focused. Best medicine ever.
Pain is very a subjective topic. Alot of people can having a raging migraine and call it a “7” whereas others can also having a raging migraine and call it a 9 or a 10.
Which pain scale do you think better describes pain and pain levels? Or are these still not good enough and there needs to be one more tailored to a patients individual needs?
On the Universal, I’m at 6 right now. I love the one in the upper left corner best, though: I’m about 6-7 there.