Separate names with a comma.
'Sourdough' sounds like a martial art.
I practice Sourdough, at the Sourdough dojo.
Technically speaking, a drop attack is your cerebellum & muscular systems attempt to keep your body upright in response to a significantly abrupt,...
The former, & frequently fluctuate independent of the other.
~ The Verve - On Your Own ~
I have bilateral tinnitus.
Name the Ménière's symptom & mark me down as bilateral.
I like to think of those who are bilateral as well balanced...
How is there no balance. "Why" presupposes purpose, or intent. Granting context, "why" assumes weather forms in a conscious attempt to...
I hear you.
To picking yourself up, &, at times, to picking up those who fell in an attempt to pick us up.
How are you feeling, Ms. Robby Ivy?
In Order to Live, by Yeonmi Park.
A heart-wrenching autobiography.
"You will, I trust, excuse me if I do not join you. But, I have already dined, & I never drink -- wine.", returned Dracula, telepathically.
True that, hence the distinction found separating "tigger" from "cause".
See Dr. William B. Young's article Trigger is Not Cause for further...
~ Fiona Apple - Fast As You Can ~
As soon as one concedes stress to be a trigger, they unavoidably & simultaneously concede poor nutrition to be a trigger also—that what you do or...
~ The Tea Party - Haze on the Hills & The Majestic Song ~
Life often births circumstances which prove exceptionally difficult to determine when & when not to let leaves fall wherever they may.
I stand with women named Karen.
Yes, possibly, & possibly, yes.
Unilateral & bilateral individuals alike may or may not experience remission, &/or a plateauing of symptom severity.
I just entered a four-day weekend.
Drinks are on me!
Pure coincidence I'm the only one here.
Hannibal Lecter would reply "Mmm. That is rather slippery of you, Mark".