Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Blog Note



My back is still in spasm mode and I am into my third day off from work. I actually left school around noon on Thursday. Three and a half days out of work! I never do that. I think that tomorrow I will try to go to work, see the physical therapist, try to beat down the door of my favorite but very busy neuromuscular massage therapist whom my insurance company won't cover. I think tomorrow is the day I start trying to live among the living again. The lack of comfortable mobility is driving me crazy.

I'm having trouble concentrating on reading anything longer than article length. If you have any entertaining or informative links to share, please leave them in comments or email me at pagansphinx@gmail.com. Anything humorous? Bring it on.


 I love this series Suzanne Vega has where she discusses what her songs are about and what they meant her when she wrote them.  Below is one for the song Men in a War.  I hope you can view it where you are and if not, I'm sorry! One day I will invest in a real blogspot jukebox. For now my Baby Dinosaur laptop used as a desktop computer, will have to do.

I really hope you're having a wonderful day. Sending love,
Pagan Sphinx

P.S. There are probably errors left and right in this post. Sorry, but it's time for me to sit up and hobble around the house for a while.  :-D




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