January 22, 2016


Hi you guys. Welcome to the blog where I talk about the present. I'm presently blogging to you from a place called The Hudson House. It's a small inn right on the Hudson River. Great views and great food. I'm having an Apple Strudel, but don't tell my mom. Anyway, I just thought I'd share that with you.

A woman is old if she starts to look her age. A man is old if starts to stop looking. I say this because I'm one year older, and I'm still looking. You see, it was my birthday yesterday and as a birthday present to myself I managed to get on the train and go into Manhattan where I had lunch with my family. I looked around Grand Central for a while and then got on the train and came home. This might not sound like a big deal, but when you have traumatic brain injury, it's huge. You see, everything you look at, hear, see, experience, is taken in and can be overwhelming. Let me tell you. Anyway, I did it. There was a slight freak out for me, but that only lasted a minute.

I got a bit of bad news the other day, but when you have traumatic brain injury the slightest bad news is nothing because when you go through a traumatic brain injury it makes everything else seem simple. In other words, you stress less about other things. When I get a bit of bad news I just think about what I went through and am going through. Everything else seems like no big deal. You see, there's another benefit to having brain surgery, twice. You know, I'm gonna leave it here for now. My apple strudel just came, and well, it's a little more important to me right now than finishing this blog.

Talk to you next week and heres the link to my other blog.

Love, B. Nice

P.S. Some people want to see Obama's birth certificate. I want to see Sarah Palin's high school diploma.