- on the home team's field; "they played at home last night"
- a reception held in your own home
- at, to, or toward the place where you reside; "he worked at
- A how-to or a how to is an informal, often short, description of how to
accomplish some specific task. A how-to is usually meant to help non-experts,
may leave out details that are only important to experts, and may also be
greatly simplified from an overall discussion of the topic.
- Practical advice on a particular subject; that gives advice or instruction
on a particular topic
- (How To’s) Multi-Speed Animations
- diazepam: a tranquilizer (trade name Valium) used to relieve anxiety and
relax muscles; acts by enhancing the inhibitory actions of the neurotransmitter
GABA; can also be used as an anticonvulsant drug in cases of nerve agent
- Diazepam , first marketed as Valium by Hoffmann-La Roche, is a
benzodiazepine derivative drug. It is commonly used for treating anxiety,
insomnia, seizures including status epilepticus, muscle spasms, restless legs
syndrome, alcohol withdrawal, benzodiazepine withdrawal and Ménière's disease.
- A drug, now known as diazepam
- Compose, prepare, or draw up (something written or abstract)
- Form (something) by putting parts together or combining substances;
- Alter something so that it forms or constitutes (something else)
- brand: a recognizable kind; "there's a new brand of hero in the movies now";
"what make of car is that?"
- give certain properties to something; "get someone mad"; "She made us look
silly"; "He made a fool of himself at the meeting"; "Don't make this into a big
deal"; "This invention will make you a millionaire"; "Make yourself
- engage in; "make love, not war"; "make an effort"; "do research"; "do
nothing"; "make revolution"
I've finally had time to develop and scan a few
photos. This is the first shot from my new 50mm Distagon. All new lenses take
some getting used to and this one is no different I suppose. It's been a crazy
few weeks. My Mom and Sister came in just after Christmas and it seems that's
when life spiraled downward for me, unfortunately! I've been stubborn about
going to the dentist but had some pain so finally went in. By the time Christmas
rolled around I'd been on Hydrocodone for three weeks while the dentist sorted
out what my problem was. I had a root canal but it didn't ease the pain - at
all. I still had my wisdom teeth so they decided one must go. I didn't go to an
oral surgeon for some reason. The dentist pulled this wisdom tooth. They gave me
a pair of pills to take the day of and the valium just didn't work. I was given
a shot to numb me and he began pulling. I could hear him ask for tools...fight
over a certain tool (long handed pliers) and him say things I won't repeat for
the squeamish. I wasn't prepared for the pain afterwards, mentally. I was
reduced to jello and milk shakes. Still am, mostly. One week later. It goes on.
I woke up last Wednesday morning thinking my tooth pain had gotten me up so as I
trodded of for the kitchen drawer it hit me hard that it was my heart feeling
pain. I walked back to the bedroom and as I kneeled beside the bed it hit full
force. I didn't know if I was having a heart attack in my early thirties or if
it was something else. I made enough noise Laura woke and called an ambulance. I
couldn't believe it! At one point I made my way to just laying flat on the
ground face down against the bed. Laura came in and thought I might be dead, I'm
sure. I'm so sorry dear! A rush to the ER (in our own car) and it turns out the
medicine caused enough acid in my stomach to make me feel like I was having a
heart attack...but I wasn't, thankfully. But it isn't over. We get home and I
wake with a crazy temperature, can't keep warm no matter how many blankets you
keep on me and my wisdom-less tooth is killing me! Back to the ER Laura drags me
and seven hours later a guy comes in and gives me a shot in the you know where.
Mom clears the room but I could still see her feet outside the door, behind the
curtain. I wanted to cuss but she was too near, really. I fear shots and that
one left me limping. I won't tell you Laura's ordeal at the hospital. It really
was horrible though. Either way, we're all alive and although I'm still a dental
nightmare I'm feeling okay to post. I'll try to jump in on the 16 things I've
seen floating around. I really enjoyed yours LL!
How I look when I write.
What I write. The unknown lives in the deepest,
darkest parts of the ocean. She rises up to the rocking surface where water
meets sky to touch the places that shimmer in sunlight. Her hair grazes our skin
when we swim, her lavender skirts billow around us, offering us safety we
ignore. She is calm. She is wild. She is all that is and what we choose to
forget. One day we will remember. One day we will go home. Until then, we stand
in awe at the shore. The unknown is a trembling fountain, waiting to be claimed.
The unknown is like the language of my ancestors, burrowed in my roots, a part
of all that I am, that I can’t touch. The unknown is scary to me because of the
following: 1.) It threatens my illusion of stability. 2.) I like to feel safe,
not powerful, not fragile. 3.) I might not be who I think I am. The unknown is
exciting to me because of the following: 1.)I might be better and stronger than
I think. 2.)The love I feel connecting us all, the god I believe in might
actually be truth. 3.)If there was nothing to be afraid of, there would be
nothing to hide from. If I were to make a journey into the unknown I would take
with me: 1.) Valium or something to keep me from freaking out 2.) The illusion
of control and hopefully I’d loose it on the journey. 3.)Someone to hold my hand
and talk to along the way.