Computer counsel

Shoulders Back

Head Stretching Toward a Feather Overhead

Don’t Cross Feet or Legs While Sitting at the Terminal

Mind Your Wrists


Or should that be, Mind Your Wits?

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      1. My grandfather had a collection of canes. He was injured when my Dad was 5, an used a cane all of his life. I was very impressed…I think people had given him canes over the years. I have no idea how many he had. My kids made some really cool walking-sticks for everyone this christmas out of thick branches from trees…simple but very effective. They put cane tips on the bottoms, and a wrist/strap at the top. Grandpa kept a cane holder, which had originally been an elephant’s foot. Very cool, except for the elephant I guess.

      2. Well, I love my red metal cane, especially after standing for three hours yesterday waiting for my turn to get my covid-19 vaccine. I doubt that I could have stood near as long otherwise. I went to a health dept. clinic instead of anguishing over trying to make an appointment elsewhere. There were hundreds of people in line. I always find people vastly interesting enmasse like that. There was only one guy I think jumped the line…very slick. (I would be cautious about cutting in line among hundreds of people armed with canes and walkers.) 😉

      3. Great advice. The British, I’ve heard, also use their umbrellas as self-defense weapons. I’ll try to remember to have one or a cane when I get my vaccinations!

      4. The cane helped me stand up for those hours. There were the occasional chairs, but most of us apparently decided to tough it out. I actually enjoy watching people in settings like that. I think its the writer in me.

      1. I think we’re just supposed to imagine one there. Of, course, for those who are really enterprising, they can tape a string from the ceiling and tape a feather to that.

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