A is for Aspiration

Inhaler for bronchitis, asthma

Inhaler for bronchitis, asthma

This device and medication inside helps me breathe. I don’t like relying on this. The doctor prescribed it to help get rid of my bronchitis and reactive airway disease. I hope that’s all it is, and that A is not for Asthma.

In that case, I’ll have to figure out a way to make A stand for Acceptance.


I’m participating in the A to Z Challenge for the month of April. The idea is to post every day, except Sundays, and end up with one post for each letter of the alphabet. It’s a good challenge to help me to blog every day.

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17 thoughts on “A is for Aspiration”

  1. I’ve had mild asthma for many years but haven’t used an inhaler for at least 10. That is until this winter when I had bronchitis and had an actual asthma attack. Hope yours is just temporary.

    1. Hi Denise, thanks for your comment. I’m sorry to hear that you have asthma. I hope you are feeling better from your bronchitis this winter. Must have been bad to break your 10-year streak.

  2. Hello Cynthia, my name is Cynthia too. I use an inhaler (sometimes more than one) because I have asthma. In an ideal world, I won’t have to use an inhaler, but I am thankful that science has helped produce this kind of treatment for the relief of myself and others.

  3. Happy A to Z! Sorry you need the device, bet good that they have this technology.

    Love your forest photographs. Are you on Instagram, too? I’m YvonneVentresca there.

    I’m blogging about Productivity for Creative People this month.


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