Photo Friday- Fluorescent Lighting=Hell

I found this is a cute little store in Philly. Truer words never spoken. When I was still working in an office, they had to disable the automatic lighting and I brought in lamps. Although everyone with migraine disease has the legal right to ask for workplace accommodations for their condition, not every company is as understanding. I was lucky to have an office with no window. It’s harder to make such changes of fluorescent lighting out in cubeville.

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Photo Fridays- Georgetown University Hospital

February 3, 2017

I have a special connection in so many ways to Georgetown University and its Hospital.

Sunset on the beach, with a lifeguard stand in silhouette. It's here that I remember my friend on International Overdose Awareness Day.

International Overdose Awareness Day

August 31, 2019

Today, August 31, is International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD). Started by an organization in Australia in 2001, this is a day to not only remember those lost to overdose, but also to educate. “The tragedy of overdose death is preventable and more must be done to save lives,” says the Penington Institute who started this initiative.

Photo Friday- Honoring a Friend

March 3, 2017

Being 3,000 miles across the country when I heard of my dear friend’s passing last week has been extremely hard on me. I’ll return back east in a couple of weeks where we will gather to celebrate his life. Ross struggled with drug addiction, in the end losing the battle. I’ve felt so isolated from…