It is me, Robert, your extremely fearful, non-leader. I was checking my E-mail yesterday and came across an E-mail newsletter from the operator of this web site, WebTribes. In it it mentioned how journaling can be used as a form of therapy, called journal therapy I believe ( gee, you just know a bunch of $300 an hour therapists sat around for half a day thinking that name up, LOL. ) Anywho, it suggested writting 30 blogs in 30 days. So, I thought I'd see how that goes. Now, I'm not usually one to stare challenges straight in the eye, but I thought what could this hurt. I don't know if I'll be able to get on the computer 30 days in a row, since we use a mobile broadband card on our computer and only have a limited allotment of minutes according to olur wireless carrier agreement, but we'll see how it goes. Right now, at this present time I mean, my asking my long series of questions, which I talked about in my last blog has gotten ALOT better, for the most part, there are still times where the words coming out of my mouth don't sound the same in my head, and sometimes I forget which parts of my usual series of questions I already asked, so I'll asked some of the same questions repeatedly 3 or 4 times. Ands sometime I still put the wording of the questions the wrong way so I have to go back and ask them again until the question feels " just right " in my head and at the base of my neck and skull, and until I'ved convinced myself that I said the question the right way and so that my parents could hear it. But, we're ( my parents and me ) still having difficulties with, when I go into my bedroom at night to go to sleep, my parents having to wait until I ask them the question ( I generally just ask my parents the question once, at the end of the day now, instead of several times a day, like I use, and then get into my bed, before they can walk past my room and do what they have to do. I've started getting the severe tension in the area of my forehead right at the top of my nose again too and started the twiching I have to do to releive the tension, befor I can continue doing other things. The tension and twiching had gone away ubtil just recently. I'm still getting annoying tension in the back of my head at the base of my head and neck too. So, we'll see if things improve over this 30 blogs in 30 days thing.