Using my nickname here because I don't want Google search picking up everything I post on AofM.
Old as the Fire, would-be shaman -philosopher -writer -poet, lover of nature -psychedelic experiences, neurotic product of dysfunctional home -still trying to work it all out. Into: Backpacking -camping -wilderness hiking, Writing -poetry -short stories -essays -journal keeping -someday maybe a novel or play, Movies, Reading -books -magazines -poetry, Music -all kinds (latest love -African ethnic), Social Concerns -peace and justice issues -ending homelessness -ending corporate dominance, Physical Fitness, Busting Spammers, Spirituality -cosmology -theories of consciousness.
Some of my favorites over the years:
The Kings of Summer (2013)
Cloud Atlas (2012)
Safety Not Guaranteed (2012)
The Words (2012)
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2011)
In Time (2011)
Midnight in Paris (2011)
Source Code (2011)
We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011)
Even the Rain (2010)
In a Better World (2010)
The Way (2010)
The Secret in Their Eyes (2009)
Brokeback Mountain (2005)
Across the Universe (2007)
The Celestine Prophecy (2006)
Secondhand Lions (2003)
The Matrix (1999)
Men with Guns (1997/II)
The Secret of Roan Inish (1994)
A Man for All Seasons (1966)
The Secret Garden (1949)
So Dear to My Heart (1948)
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Thank you for the welcome to the left handers group I hope to contribute a bit, and also see what is posted. I am very busy with my masters degree so contribution may be limited. But my grandma, father, and I were all left handers. When I was a kid my kindergarten teacher was still from the left is sin category and in class forced me to use my right hand and then at home my parents forced me to write left handed, from this my handwriting has become atrocious. But my grandma, and I wish I knew what it was belonged to a left handed society, they would send out a magazine or newspaper with left handed facts and stuff of that nature from it she told me that there was only one left handed president to serve more than one term in office and I do believe that is or was Bill Clinton.
Again thanks for the welcome and I cant wait till I get more time to check it out.
"+100 on this. Exactly like setting a budget, you need to get real about where you expend your time and energy (not where you think you do, or wish you did, but actually do). Then you can figure out strategies to work through it. "
I was in much the same situation a few years ago: dad working but in poor health; mom largely bedridden (and miserable and quite demanding).
A couple questions:
(1) How old are your parents?
(2) What does your personal support structure look…"
"For casual my defaults are a shirt with a collar, dark blue jeans and brogues or oxfords.
Add that vest and you have a light warm layer and a place for your phone.
I work in IT so I can ware it to work also. I just…"