Monthly Archives: May 2011

WHEN DOCTORS MADE HOUSECALLS

      Way back in the old days when doctors made house calls one doctor took care of the whole family. We trusted him as though he knew everything. The medical profession kept us uninformed about our medical problems. Unless you … Continue reading

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To all of you out there in cyberspace, what are your favorite and/or interesting things that give you enjoyment? For me, it’s been doing the research for my latest book. Cyberspace has made it possible for me to sit at … Continue reading

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Ramblings

For those of you who may not have a high school diploma, it doesn’t mean you are not smart. You have had to work harder and maybe you have gone farther than your friends who enjoy talking about their doctorates … Continue reading

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WHO IS THAT OLD PERSON IN THE MIRROR?

 So you’ve gotten elderly. So what? You are now that astute old person with those wonderful character lines. Though wise, there are still some things you have to learn. There is nothing wrong with the younger generation. True, you don’t … Continue reading

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HOW TO KEEP BUSY WHEN YOU DON’T THINK YOU CAN DO ANYTHING ANY MORE

It is important to write your memoirs get started now. If you think your life was boring. My answer to you is, “Boring to you perhaps, but your grandchildren don’t know what it was like when you were their age. … Continue reading

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