Books and a Movie
Many times I read for the great pleasure gained and to satisfy my curiousity, but I discovered Greg Mortenson, Three cups of Tea, and now Stones into Schools. Along with wishing the Nobel Prize for Medicine for our cpni crew, I wish the Nobel Peace Prize for Greg Mortenson. And I am hardly ever much affected by movies, but last night we saw "Seven Pounds", with Will Smith, and will probably be affected for the rest of my life.
As for my own cpn protocol against PPMSi, I still chip away daily with my five abxi plus caffeine. We all tweak and listen and tweak some more, but I seem to have stumbled on a tight turn of the screw, thanks to John (farandwide) and Paul.
I have been taking my first Rifampin on awakening at six AM, Amoxicillini, Doxyi, MWF Azithromycin, flagyli forty-five minutes to an hour later, and then two caffeine pills about fifteen to thirty minutes after that. I have been - I think clobbered is a good word. On Azith days, I have been doing some good reading and sleeping. I can't hit this any harder than I am right now. With kidding season sixteen or fewer days away, I feel a really strong need to get as far as I possibly can before "all hell breaks loose", and it's going to.