Archive for March, 2014

Dinner Rolls

I was sitting around thinking about dinner when it hit me: “I cook one thing and I eat just that one thing.” It could be a pork chop and I would just have the pork chop by itself and that’s all. That’s when I decided that night I would have an actual meal, not just dinner. I thought about it some more and I decided that all I needed to do was add a salad or a vegetable side-dish to my plate and some sort of bread. Just for the record I love bread, not just eating it but I love everything about making bread by hand. After a little thinking I decided that the easiest thing to do was make dinner rolls, which is something I have never done before. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet it took me all of about ten minutes to figure out the basics of roll making.

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Walking in the Winter

Welcome to another installment in our Walking to a Transplant series!

I know, I know, but it’s cold outside! Trust me, no one knows this better than I do. I have to walk everywhere, the store, the library, the hardware store. I even have to stand at the bus stop for anywhere between five and twenty minutes at a time. So obviously it’s much easier for me to walk everywhere because I don’t have a choice about it.

I am in no way suggesting that you go outside an walk, it’s too cold and when I do it I am bundled up for a blizzard.

What I am saying is get on up off’a that butt!

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National Kidney Month 2014

Sorry about the absence folks. Somehow or other I managed to get something in my eye and ¬†with my luck it managed to scratch my cornea. Yes, it is exactly as painful as you might imagine. So I’ve been sitting in the dark for a while and taking a break from electronics.

It’s March and you know what that means, even if you don’t, Happy National Kidney Month!

This is the month we devote to spreading awareness about all sorts of kidney diseases. Read more »

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