Health report, 3/18/12
Hal Pepinsky, firstname.lastname@example.org,pepinsk.blogspot.com
March 19, 2012
Many thanks to all who are asking. Pardon this one brief message to one and all. A lingering effect of a 10-day administration of many drugs in Greeley Hospital in Ames, Iowa is that I keep making typos; I’ll be brief. For starters, I’m back in Worthington.
To paraphrase Tecumseh, I will drink no more forever, just as I have not chosen to sip a coke or the like as far back as I can remember, and I never liked alcohol of any kind at first sip; I only wanted refills until I felt what a late friend called “a buzz.” So in my case there’s no incentive to try a sip of anything.
I am physically stronger (my bp dropped by 300 percent for example). Now I have baseline data from Ames, I will go and find a gp for the first time in 25 years to get a primary caregiver. I see myself as, like returning to Ohio, as enjoying one more a wonderful like in a lifetime.
I am not a joiner and will never count days and years of sobriety. In fact, in sobriety, I expect to be no less sober and probably as ever. Alcohol is not my enemy. My body has simply, plainly, that it has reached consumption, regardless of it often used to be. I stand by my criminal justice belief that is no such thing as a good or bad substance, only in how the substance is introduced into the body, Furthermore, no 2 bodies—even twins—are alike in all respects. Love and peace, and thank for the support