I know you have been wondering about the results of April’s “test”. The Jury is still out. I’ve tasted eight new brands. So far, I’ve run across a couple that I would order again: Negra Modelo and Pacifico. I can see that this will take some more testing. Some of you more experienced tasters might […]
Beer and Incontinence (Cont.)
Get A Job
Today’s job market is highly competitive. No longer having a college degree guarantees success in the workplace. With more and more jobs going overseas or becoming specialized finding employment can be difficult for able-bodied people, never mind the thousands of folks with physical limitations. Furthering your education can be time-consuming and cost-prohibitive as well. How […]
From Scotch to Craft Beer and Incontinence
Welcome back friends! I’m not a drinker – However, back when I was thirty, I found some magazine that listed the twenty best scotches. (If it had been the twenty best bourbons, I would have tried them.) I went to my doctor friend and said, “I’d like to become a social drinker, but I don’t […]
Take a Walk Without Worry!
Welcome back friends! Suddenly, it’s not Winter anymore! We are running about 12 -20º above normal, which means we will be in the low eighties for March. Our desert plants think it’s Spring! Everything is blooming. This is good walking weather. We like early morning walks while it’s still cool.
Much for which to be Thankful!
Bah-Humbug! That is the name of the play our nine-year-old granddaughter is performing at our local Gaslight Youth Theater. This is her fifth play since the age of six in a cast of thirty or more actors ranging from six to sixteen years. For her, each play is more demanding with more lines and more […]
How to Pack for a Trip to the Hospital (if you’re incontinent)…
Welcome back – this week we’re going to be tackling some really practical advice. If you’re like me, when you are planning a stay in the hospital, whether it is for inpatient surgery, or another reason, it is important to be prepared. A well-packed bag is essential for having a comfortable stay in the hospital. […]
Victory Gardens, Gas Rationing and Men’s Liberty
My parents taught me not to waste anything. Our village had victory gardens. Because of World War II and gas rationing, we practiced conservation. If driving sixty miles from our house to Williams, Arizona while maintaining a speed of thirty miles per hour would save gas and tires, then my father took two hours to […]
Hearing Aids and Male External Catheters
What could possibly be a connection? In 1999, my wife and I received our first set of hearing aids. It didn’t matter how they looked as long as we could hear. Then, an interesting thing happened: We met people that were too embarrassed to be seen with them. In one professional group, we set up […]