Monthly Archives: January 2018

The shoulder 15,500 mg and a year later

 

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500 mg of anti-inflammatory every day for all of January, one new far-infrared wand, some chiropractic visit, curcumin, Omega, lots of ice packs, topical creams, KT tape, Osteo Bio-Flex, and rest, … my right shoulder is no better.

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My eyesight ain’t what it used to be!

My first set of bifocals were just not right. Over and over they told me I wasn’t looking in the right place. Trouble was I couldn’t find the right place because there wasn’t one.

I have myopia, or nearsightedness for years when in 2014  I could no longer see close up things within arms length without taking my single vision glasses off.

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Aug 2013 Rx for distance only glasses was the last time I’d be happy with my glasses.

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Patterns

The first photo critique for the camera club in 2018 is the theme patterns. We actually had this same theme last January too. See my photos for that post here. These are the three I chose to have critiqued. Now I had a pen in hand to write what Jeff Miller said when about each image but to keep from disturbing others I didn’t turn the little light on my pen and it was pretty hard to make out what I wrote.

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On the frozen soap bubble, he said something about the reflection. See my full post on those here. https://kimberlyhmaxwell.wordpress.com/2018/01/19/frozen/ Continue reading