Tuesday, April 02, 2019


I have been very lax in posting here again.  However it has come to be apparent to me that my life and family precludes me from being an active blogger.  I am still writing, but that is for my book and not yet ready for consumption.  I am having some physical issues that are really interfering with my quality of life.  I have an MRI scheduled for next Monday to determine the source/cause of the multiple daily seizures I am having.

Will thinks it is a tumor from his research on my symptoms and discussions with his girl friend who is a medical researcher who wants to be a doctor.  It could be that, encephalytis, epilepsy, some damage from the stroke I had in 2009 or any number of things.  I get the results on the 11th and the not knowing what is going on has been messing with my psyche.  I am doing as my therapist suggests, I am controlling what I can control on a daily basis until I get enough information to make a game plan for my survival.

So this is really Sunset for Nichevo the blog while I write my autobiography; Nichevo, Pages from the Journeys of My Life.  I have put heart and soul into this blog for many years and will probably use a lot of my past writing in Pages.  I still post on Facebook if you want to keep up with my current status.  I will miss my time spent with all of you over the years, it has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.  I thank you all for enriching my life all these many years.

Appropriately, your Musical Interlude for this final chapter of Nichevo is Franz Joseph Haydn's (1732-1809) Symphony No. 45 in F-sharp minor "Farewell", Hob. I:45 (1772)
 00:00 - Allegro assai
07:08 - Adagio
21:36 - Menuet: Allegretto; Trio
26:22 - Finale: Presto; Adagio
Performed by Charles Mackerras and the Orchestra of St. Luke's (Telarc: 1989).
Painting: Pushkin's Farewell to the Sea, Ivan Aivazovsky & Ilya Repin

Finally for the last collection of fabulous male art, I have selected some of my favorites to share with you this one last time.  You will find them on display below.  May the good Lord look after you all, catch me on Facebook by clicking on the link to the right, so long, farewell and adieu.  And as always, Enjoy!

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