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Jennie Logsdon Martin L.O.F.
(Licensed Oregon Fisherwoman)
I love my life, and it's a pleasure to fish it!
June 17th, 2017
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I don't know if I remember the following story because of the experience itself, or from the telling of the story. You know how you hear a story throughout your life, and you don't know if you remember it, or just the repeated telling of it? but I was seven years old when my Mom, my Dad, and my two brothers and two sisters were huddled around a big bonfire on the Oregon beach, roasting marshmallows and enjoying the Oregon Coast.
This alone was a treat, as living on my Dad's budget as a coach/athletic director didn't afford many vacations.
I DO remember his towering presence, but the experience was compounded from my Mother's excitement! The man that casually walked over to visit with us was someone very special!
It was Tom McCall!
He walked up to us asking if we were enjoying ourselves, like someone would ask "how's the weather?" So casual! - like he was no one special, but just another soul enjoying the evening!
I grew up with the distinct impression this man was larger than life because of that evening. My parents held him in honor like some would hold the likes of a much larger celebrity.
Tom McCall, thank you for the freedom to enjoy our Oregon Beaches and thank you for the honor of visiting with us!

June 17th, 2017
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Good morning! How does your garden grow?
Wow. I haven't written in a long, long while! I think this is a record! What's up with that?
Well, no place better to let you know, than here!
I'm getting old! That's what!
I can't walk!
About six months ago, I was walking down the street with Willie. No big, right? Normal... Walk, walk, walk.... and then Bam! Something in my shoe felt like a bee sting! I mean, it really stung! I quickly sat down on the curb, madly tore off my socks and shoe and... nothing! There was no stinking flying insect or spider in my shoe/sock! So, what was that? Bizarre.
I put my sock and shoe back on, feeling a bit strange, wondering what the heck my neighbors must be thinking. "Why is that girl ripping her shoes off?"
I don't care.
I was fine, after that. No problem. "Walk, walk, walk..." But, what was that? Whatever it was began six months so far, of pain.
But, first came the swelling. I had a big bump on the top of my foot/ankle area. It grew and it grew and it grew and it grew! (That's a line from some story I used to read my kids! -and now, I'm distracted, googling that line, and not finding where that line came from! Ideas?)
I'm trying to figure out, now, whether I should go into such detail about... of all things, my foot! But, anyhow...
It grew.
I wondered if it was a "ganglion cyst." I don't know how I knew about ganglion cysts, but I googled it. Thinking sure that is what it was, and otherwise known as a "bible bump" I smacked it! That's what you were supposed to do back in the pre medical days. It would break up the cyst, and all would be well. Guess what? It wasn't a Bible bump and now my bump was really sore! LOL.
I went to the doctor. Had I broken a bone, when I Bible bumped it?
Not X ray's, nor MRI could tell me what I had on my foot, that caused walking to be so painful. There were no broken bones. There were no tumors nor cysts.
My podiatrist shrugged her shoulders. She held my long and skinny "marfan" foot in her hands and gently said, "You are very special". LOL. I know what that means! "WEIRDO!"
For six months, I have been limping and not knowing what else to do to fix it. This is a very difficult thing for me, as it would be most people. Walking is the only exercise I can really do, since anything strenuous is a no-no for people with aortic valves implanted in their very fragile tissue or with my new aneurism in my lower aorta. I don't want that to pop or grow bigger.
Willie, my gorgeous springer spaniel is ticked off. What happened to "Walkie!?" He looks up at me, with begging eyes. "Please, Mom! Walkie!"
Was this an injury from long ago, come back to haunt me? I once sprained this ankle, back when I lived in Astoria. Or, did this happen when I was rear ended almost a year ago? Who knows!
The good doc' gave me a brace to wear, but dangit, my feet are size 11 AAAA. Narrow! If you could get five "A's" I'd probably get that size! They don't make narrow braces, so it's really silly. If I get one long enough for me, my foot flops around in the brace. I tried wrapping my foot with ace bandages, and then putting the brace on, but then I can't wear shoes! If I get the small size, it's way too short, and still floppy!
I bought a pair of compression socks. Same thing. There is no compression, because they aren't tight on me. Trying them on made me giggle. What a waste of money!
I try to walk. Every day I try to walk! Some days I can, and most days I can't. When I can, it is possible -but painful, and when I can't, it's even more painful.
I just want it to get better! I ice it! I advil! I even took a weeks worth of steroids, and that was horrid! Steroids just make me feel jittery and awful. Pain pills don't touch it. Advil just helps with the swelling.
I grab a pack of frozen peas out of the freezer, and let me foot freeze three times a day. Doctor's orders. There is no improvement whatsoever. Perhaps I should try broccoli or corn?
I've never had a problem like this, and it's making me a bit depressed I think. There was once to be a book called "The aging marfan patient".
There has been much progress caring for the marfan patient. It once was a fact that most marfan people didn't live past the age of 35. Medicine has come so far, and now, a fairly normal lifespan can occur in the marfan patient! However, now, we have to deal with the pain of having marfan for an entire normal life span! Not only do we deal with marfan pain, but with the normal pains of growing older! Is that a good thing!? Yes, and no.
I've had awful medical problems in my life. You know, medical problems that are life threatening and scary! My aorta dissected. I had a choroidal hemorage in my eye. I have stents in my groin and a St. Judes valve in my aorta.
But, a sore foot? Come on!
I think the only thing I can do is to give up trying to walk and instead, rest it. This is not an easy thing for me to do! I'm not a very good rester.
I need to be forced.
So, perhaps if I could just get Bill out on the river more often, I wouldn't have a choice but to sit. I would be perfectly content to sit in that beautiful and comfortable boat while we troll all day long on the waters of Tillamook Bay, or the tidal waters of the lower rivers that surround our lovely home town!
That's what we need to do!
Bill is also getting older. He could use the rest, too!
So, Bill? Heal us! Doctor's orders!

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A reminder from Jennie!
Do not burn yourself out!
Be as I am - a reluctant enthusiast...a half-hearted fanatic. Save the other half of yourselves and your lives for pleasure and adventure. It is not enough to fight for the land; it is even more important to enjoy it. While you can. While it's still there. So get out there, and hunt and fish, and mess around with your friends, ramble out yonder and explore the forests, encounter the Grizz, climb the mountains, bag the peaks, run the rivers, breathe deep of that yet sweet air, sit quietly for a while and contemplate the precious stillness, that lovely mysterious and awesome space.
Enjoy yourselves, keep your brain active and alive, and I promise you this much; I promise you this one sweet victory over our enemies, over those desk-bound people with their hearts in a safe deposit box and their eyes hypnotized by desk calculators. I promise you this: you will outlive the (bad word edited for this family site!!)."
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