Monthly Archives September 2011

Day 365 – Not The End… Just The Beginning!

The Big Apple has been wonderful. After two days of muggy overcast skies we woke to a beautiful sunny morning. The perfect day for the last apple. I have so many things I want to say and my list of thank yous is very, very long so I want to make sure to take the […]

Day 364 – One More Apple

One day to go. I can’t believe it. Only one apple left after tonight. It’s been a crazy few days and to be honest – I’m feeling exhausted. Between the event preparations of this last month, the travel and jet lag, and the early morning today to get ready for being at KPIX at 7:00 […]

Day 363 – A Yankee Apple

New York here I come!   A New York Yankees apple was in order – a big thank you to all New Yorkers for embracing the Apple-A-Thon. Since I was born in Princeton, NJ and my Dad grew up in Upper Montclair, NJ – listening to the Yanks with my grandfather, Willard who was a […]

Day 362 – It’s About The Cows

Here we’ve been all these days and I’ve been saying it’s about the apples. Let me see if I can explain. About a year after I finished college I ended up following a boy to Colorado. I had fallen big time – nothing else would have made me pick up my few belongings get into […]

Day 361 – Happy Apple Day!

Today is Johnny Appleseed Day! I for one will celebrating and thinking about the glorious apple. They have come to mean so much to me and hopefully to you all as well. Maybe I had apples on the brain all those months ago because it is simply the time of the year for the apple […]

Day 360 – We Feel It

“A single arrow is easily broken, but not ten in a bundle.” – Japanese Proverb Last week a great article was written in the Huffington Post by Daniel P. Malito who writes about Rheumatiod Arthritis in their health section as well as for Creaky Joints. His article explains in clear terms what happens in the […]

Day 359 – Our Skeleton Key

A skeleton key has come to symbolize something that can unlock a mystery. Sometimes I think that Ankylosing Spondylitis will always remain somewhat of an enigma to me. I wish I could unlock each door I have to pass through on this journey with my health and know what was on the other side. I […]

Day 358 – Don’t Be Fooled By The Calendar

Don’t be fooled by the calendar.  There are only as many days in the year as you make use of.  ~Charles Richards Oy! Every day is made use of even the ones where we rest, reflect, and chill! I remember the days on end when all I wanted was some relief of my symptoms. I […]

Day 357 – A New View

Take in a new view – you never know the wonders you might see. Until tomorrow. Jenna Day 357 was created in watercolor. ***Update on my computer issues – they are official. I’m posting tonight from Doug’s computer. So frustrating.  

Day 356 – Learn To Dance In The Rain

  “Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning how to dance in the rain.” – unknown Dance in that storm! Even if it takes using a bright big red umbrella to give you a feeling that you can make it through. My great big red umbrella has been my friends […]