Monthly Archives: May 2011

Monthly Review, May 2011

It’s time to review my monthly task list? What monthly task list?  Oh that monthly task list.  Well, you see…  I um didn’t…  What I mean is that I um… I will do better next month.  🙂

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Momma Was Wrong

     As a single parent, I didn’t have a lot of time, money or energy.  However, there was one thing I tried to do for my kids.  They loved The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Power Rangers and Martial Arts.  … Continue reading

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18 Minutes

      The flight team brings the patient into the trauma room. The patient is lifted on three and placed on the trauma bed. And the orchestra begins. The flight crew gives a report that includes mechanism of injury, what was … Continue reading

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The Hardest Part

     I’m a chatty little thing at times.  I’ll talk to a fence post if there is no one else to listen.  New students make excellent fence posts.  They are frozen stiff with fear.  They have no combat sport knowledge … Continue reading

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Bank Shot

As a teenager, I enjoyed playing pool.   I played almost everyday after school, and as a result, I became half way decent at the game.  The only big problem I had, was the bank shot.  Because I had such a big … Continue reading

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Disjointed – The Knee

     The knee is a complex joint, classified as a pivotal hinge joint.  Dislocation of the knee is often associated with trauma such as collisions involving motor vehicles, motorcycles, and bicycles.  Some combat sports target the knee area.  Striking arts … Continue reading

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Where The Girls Are (WWIT1.1)

     The Southern Ladies were loud and proud!  Of the twenty women that responded to the “What Would It Take” survey, seven were from the Southeastern United States.  The Northeastern United States was represented by four women.  The Northwestern and … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Michael

Today is my oldest son’s twenty-third birthday.  Happy Birthday Michael!!!  Photo courtesy of his girlfriend Soso.  I love you guys.

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Juxtaposition

I realize that I don’t view the world as others do.  I’m happy that there are people like Georgette who can help me to see the world from another perspective.  There was a juxtaposition of view points and Georgette pointed … Continue reading

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Moving Mountains

     This is about “That Kid”.  You know the one.  Every school gets one at some time or another.  He’s the kid with the smelly tattered gi.  The one that’s socially awkward.  The one everybody avoids training with.  Let me … Continue reading

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