Sick as a dog, again

So, it has happened again and only three months later. My sinus condition is back with a vengeance. And this despite the aforementioned chiropractor visits. Ok, so you are now thinking, Fino has finally lost it – a chiro for a sinus infection? I admit I am skeptical too. I have tried everything else: allergy specialists, surgeons, ORLs, an osteo, and nothing helps and no one can identify a cause. My anti-Paris mindset says that it is the hyper-polluted air here. But since I am ot able to go anywhere for now, a friend suggested this particular chiropractor who helped a friend of hers with a sinus thing. Perhaps it is too early into the treatment (2 weeks and 3 sessions), but dammit, I have my nose running lime a fire-hose once again, headaches and general lethargy once again. Perhaps it is psychosomatic (justifying yesterday’s shrink article) or it is an allergy to pollution, I don’t rightfully now.

As for TV, I am working my way through Treme S02 and loving it! It is really hard television to be honest due to the hard realities of New Orleans depicted – no spoilers – but the music is unbelievably great and I feel drawn back to that amazing and unique city like a moth to the flame…

My company xmas present was an HP eStation printer. What a gadget! I really like it. Worked with AirPrint immediately and easily. Only downside, the Yahoo! Integration seems to be broken because despite being able to get to Facebook and even login to Yahoo, I cannot get any of the features to work because Y! thinks there is no network. Weird!

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About mfinocchiaro

IT Architecture Guru for large PLM software company but dabbling in Web 2.0 and other stuff.
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One Response to Sick as a dog, again

  1. Rick says:

    You get a company Christmas present? That must be some company. lol

    I actually think that a chiro is not a bad idea. What the heck, it can’t hurt. Good luck.

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