Which Way Challenge: January 26, 2018

By: sonofabeach96

Feb 01 2018

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Time for this week’s Which Way Photo Challenge fromΒ Cee’s Photography.

 

Here’s my take on it:

Down the ramp:

Down the steps:

By car:

On foot:

By truck:

 

My songs of the day are:

“One Foot In The Grave” by Beck

“Car Wheels On A Gravel Road” by Lucinda Williams

“Truck Drivin’ Man” by Leon Russell

“Don’t Let Me Down” by The Chainsmokers

“Get On The Good Foot” by James Brown

“Pickup Truck” by Kings Of Leon

“Way Down We Go” by Kaleo

“Chasing Cars” by Snow Patrol

25 comments on “Which Way Challenge: January 26, 2018”

  1. I love the black and white one with the car and the clouds…it’s a great shot.

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  2. Great perspective on these. I love seeing things from a different angle. Agree on the black and white one – wow! Super playlist, today, too!

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  3. Terrific which ways for this week. Thanks so much for playing. πŸ˜€

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  4. I am thinking of summer now!

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  5. Don’t Bring Me Down by ELO.

    Come Down In Time by Elton John.

    And how about One Toke Over The Line…? That’s movement on land…or even Let The Good Times Roll by The Cars…? Well, at least Drive by The Cars.

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    • Hang on, I’m writing these down. πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

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      • Um, didn’t I just write them for you…?

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      • Good point. I’m Old-school though. I still use writing utensil every so often. πŸ˜ƒ

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      • Me too. Paper and pencil–did taxes for my lawyer boss and our charitable-foundation clients for 17 years with paper, pencil, and adding machines.

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      • Ha! What ya’ know? I was an accounting guy myself, in my previous work life, and until I realized I hated it. Hence now I’m an OT. πŸ˜ƒ

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      • Occupational therapist…? I am not good with acronyms.

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      • Sorry, I’m so used to speaking and documenting in acronyms that I forget most don’t know what I’m talking about. Yes, I’m an Occupational Therapist. Have been for nearly 20 years…after a short 3 year stint as an accountant. And that 3 years felt like 30. Not sure what the hell I was thinking first time around. Live and learn though. πŸ˜ƒ

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      • It’s still good to be able to do math so you can do your own taxe sor shopping lists or whatever, and great to have a career you love. I have actually been wondering about the difference between OT and physical therapists etc. Maybe you can tell me!

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      • You’re right. I didn’t want to spend the rest of my work life miserable. Now I’m not. As for doing my own taxes, I have that Up years ago. And I don’t miss it.

        Now, as for the difference between OT and PT. There is some bleedover of course, depending on plan of care and diagnosis, but generally speaking, we specialize in UB dysfunction while PT’s specialize in LB dysfunction. OT’s also focus more on application of strength and endurance to functional activities such as transfers, bathing, dressing, driving, work hardening, community reintegration, etc. We also create splints and most certified hand therapists are OT’s as well. That’s kinda the Clift Notes explanation. πŸ˜ƒ

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      • Good, thanks. We had the worst insurance in the world and now have better insurance, so I may be looking for helpful folks. This is good to know.

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      • Therapy works. Not sure what you have going on, but I bet an OT or PT could help. 😊

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      • Ah, the leftover electricity from getting cooked way back gives me epilepsy and physcial weakness and convulsions and whatever.

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      • Gotcha. I bet there’s something they could help you with. Even if it’s just strengthening. The stronger you are, the easier things are to do. They may not be able to “fix” the neuro issues, but compensatory techniques and home safety are right up an OT’s alley. πŸ˜ƒ

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      • That’s great. I’m happy with my Tibetan doctor for the incense-ball-type medicine, which actually helps with neuro and other issues, but he said things like massages and pt are indicated too.

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      • Yep. It’s worth a look. I’m all for “alternative” medicine, but some situations call for more hands-on treatments. Modalities are helpful in neuro cases as well. 😊

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