Stephen Pimley | Random,Thoughts | Sunday, February 1st, 2004

There are things we do that at the time make little sense. We have our reasons, or so we believe. Asked about them at that moment our answers would be far from convincing to an outsider. In retrospect, these actions eventually degenerate into making absolutely no sense even to ourselves. Even while knowing this to have been the case in the past, and diligently analyzing our future urges, very little can be done to avoid the same pitfall time and time again.

Stephen Pimley | Daily Life,Family,Illness,Memories | Sunday, February 1st, 2004

My mother was described as having a very serious case of sarcoidosis by the specialist at John’s Hopkins.  Four new prescriptions were added to the list that already counted eight or so.

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