For just short of 13 years, I worked as a telecommuter program manager for a well-known networking and data communications company in San Jose, CA. Until the very last year of my employment, I was able to fly up to San Jose from Los Angeles almost every week to attend certain meetings in person. Unfortunately, […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on KFC and Me
Hello, Everyone! After having had to delete hundreds — and I do mean HUNDREDS — of auto-generated posts trying to sell Viagra, Cialis and Prednisone (who knew!?!?), I have decided to disallow comments on posts. That being said, I really do want to hear from all of you brave enough to support this fledgling site. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Changes and more…
The trouble with traveling is that wherever I go, I take my gut along with me. In 2001, I decided to go to on a two-week tour of Egypt with a group from the church I was attending at that time. Now I had been to Egypt before; I used to work for a software […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A few weeks ago when I was having a particularly painful bout, I was doubled over on the toilet, whimpering and moaning. My fiance, Michael (who has a perfect gut even on chemotherapy and a wicked sense of humor), banged on the door and said that he preferred to hear those sounds coming out of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
(This is a submission from Phil Bailey, a fellow Crummy Gut person. Enjoy!! Tina) IBD or IBS? Inflammatory Bowel Disease or Irritable Bowel Syndrome? I don’t completely understand the differences between these two maladies, so I’m not sure which one I have. Maybe I don’t have either one. I don’t really care. All I know […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Because of the some of the auto-immune issues that I deal with (and some of the medication I take), my hair has a tendency to fall out in patches. Normally when this happens I wear hats but since I am in a “regrowth from a major hair drop” phase, I figured that I would swallow […]Continue Reading... No Comments.