Archive for June, 2006
I went through something this past Friday that I have wanted to blog about but I simply couldn’t find the words. While I was sitting in Circuit Court waiting to be called as a witness in a traffic accident appeal, people sitting behind me began yelling for help. I looked to see a man seated in the back of the courtroom having what appeared to be a seizure of some sort. The man who had been sitting next to him was trying to help the sick man from his chair onto the floor. There was a lot of hustle and bustle in the courtroom as folks rushed here and there but it seemed that everyone was stunned by what was happening and didn’t know what to do or how to help the sick man.
I headed over to him and the guy who was trying to help him. Still believing it to be a seizure, people were giving the man a wide berth while the other guy was trying to hold his head to keep him from hurting himself any further. As I knelt down beside the sick man, I felt like something was terribly wrong. The man was trying to breathe but couldn’t…his eyes were wide open but not focusing on anything or anyone…I touched his wrist…he had no pulse. HE HAD NO PULSE.
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This guy gives a whole new meaning and depth to the term “stalker”. Always, always, always take your car key off your keyring when you need to leave it with someone (valet, mechanic, etc). Don’t give a crazed maniac the keys to your life. Luckily, this woman lived to regret it.
Don’t ask me why but, for some reason, the phrase “just a figment of your imagination” popped into my head last night on my way to sleep. I know it’s a pretty common saying but all I could think about was…just what is a figment and why is it that it is only in your imagination? I’ve never heard the term used any other way. What’s up with that??? Can a figment exist any where else? Can you throw it at someone during an argument…like…”You figment you”…or maybe…”You are such a figment”.
Just a goofy thought.
So you want to rob a bank, huh? Well, it just might be a good idea to leave your birth certificate at home.