Today I begin the second year of my journey on the JUB site. I do not really recall whatever I had anticipated by this journey when I started, but to say there were many twists and turns would be an understatement. I would like to say thanks to so many JUBbers who were welcoming too me during this time.
Three stood out in the beginning and they still stand out even now. Those three were Nonimus the CHAV, Justaguy or JAG, and of course LEX, or G-Lexington. Without their firm
Fellow JUBbers as many of you are very familiar with moving, I am writing about yet another move. My last was after my retirement from work in Connecticut, USA. The professional movers were a company owned by the Soprano Brothers of the New York City area. No, I did not know that when I hired them. Those sheisters provided us with the move from hell.
This week we will have yet another move. Almost everything is gathered by boxes and marked for the rooms in which we will want
Back when I left my wheelchair behind and stood again to walk and to rehabilitate, I encountered a new chapter in my journey of life. It is the path of a deaf man.
After months of a debilitating headache that was seamless both day and night, one morning I was in a session with my rehabilitationi therapist. He was
doing his best to locate the sticking points in my recovery and help me to put an end to the time of the headache without end. That morning as he applied the
Eleven years into my partnership with Don, I had a time when I was in a serious car accident, and in the aftermath, I was told by my attending doctors that I may not live or even spend the remaining years of my life as a quadrapalegic. Back in the year 2000 I was on my way to work, and an oncoming car from the opposite direction turned left without giving a signal crashing into my driver side door.
The ensuing crash pushed my car into on-coming or parked traffic in the intersection
What all have read here is deeply personal and so very important to my personal growth and development. I am leaving it in the hope that one or two may find it yet and find courage for their own journeys.