Archive for March, 2012


Posted: 31st March 2012 by Duality in What's Happening

Sorry its been awhile since I’ve posted anything, just hasn’t been a lot to write about.  Grace was a bit bad and let her therapy sessions lapse for a couple of months and the net result of that was me pushing the pause button on most of what we’re doing.  She had too much build [...]

Connecting Through Pain

Posted: 18th March 2012 by Duality in Dynamics, Pain

There’s a certain perspective that you get when you deal with pain every day.  It kind of throws you off into another world almost where people try to imagine what kind of pain you are in and can’t.  And I used to be in that other world.  I’d see someone in obvious pain and say [...]

Still No Sleep Till Brooklyn

Posted: 13th March 2012 by Duality in What's Happening

Last night was not fun.  Still not exactly fun, but at least its better then it was.  At one point my pain level hit a point where I was nauseous from it.  Nothing like staring at the commode and wondering if you’re going to throw up.  Its an incredibly frustrating time for me.  Back in January [...]


Posted: 10th March 2012 by Duality in Dynamics, Scenes

So I went to my first Munch Thursday night.  Grace already wrote about it and she did so mistakenly thinking that me typing away on my keyboard meant I was writing up my thoughts on it.  I wanted a little time to process things and me sitting in a chair for a few hours added [...]


Posted: 5th March 2012 by Duality in Dynamics, Scenes

As Grace points out in her blog,  Saturday was a good day.  The day started with some amazing sex and ended with some amazing sex.  But apparently something I said was deemed “unsexy”.  So as she decided not to add anything but a poll, I figured I’d actually tell you what happened.  Grace came to [...]

Sleep, Perchance to Dream

Posted: 1st March 2012 by Duality in What's Happening

Sleep and I are simply not on speaking terms at the moment.  I went to the doctor today to try to continue to find a fix and hopefully we’re moving in the right direction.  Going on a new med that will help me sleep, but probably will fog my brain a little more.  At this [...]