Having written about it, I realized I had to actually DO something about getting all these medical things set up. I am convinced if I breathe "regular out-of-house air" I'm going to die. That's not necessarily true, but that's how I feel. I still haven't heard from the ear department for Garry, but this morning … Continue reading MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS? DONE! – Marilyn Armstrong
This was originally a comment to my post from Bette Stevens, but it is the first substantial information I've gotten about symptoms and what we are supposed to be looking for. So I am passing the information to you and maybe it will help. Here’s a message a friend sent me: IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT – CORONAVIRUS … Continue reading SOME INFORMATION ON CORONAVIRUS – Bette Stevens, Guest Blogger
Dear Friend, If the Corona Virus makes inroads at or near pandemic level, we cannot fully anticipate how it will change our day to day habits. especially regarding healthcare. John H. Corcoran, Jr., makes a rare foray into serious journalism and reports on the shocking findings of Dr. Skippy Gzitzman, DDS. They may save your … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: DENTISTRY: NO LONGER AS SIMPLE AS PULLING TEETH – JOHN H. CORCORAN, JR.
Everyone catches colds, especially this time of year. The end of winter is prime time for sore throats, sniffles, laryngitis, and everything else. Getting a cold this time of year is absolutely normal, especially for us. We seem to have gotten particularly prone to colds that seem to go on forever. What used to last … Continue reading HAVING A COLD IN A TIME OF PLAGUE – Marilyn Armstrong
During my pre-teen and teen years, it seems like a lot of people around me got cancer. Between the ages of eleven and eighteen, I was closely involved with five different people who had cancer and only one survived – my father. My first exposure to cancer was through my friend, Liz. She lived a … Continue reading MY EARLY EXPOSURE TO CANCER PATIENTS – BY ELLIN CURLEY
A lot of people figure that everyone "retires" on their own terms in their proper time. That hasn't been true in our world. Certainly not in Garry and my world. Garry lost his job because the company he worked for decided to move on without "the old guy." I lost my job because my bosses … Continue reading LOSING EVERYTHING – Marilyn Armstrong
For the past couple of days, I've been dealing with the customer service for the medical plan I was trying to join. I spent -- LITERALLY, NOT KIDDING -- four hours on the phone yesterday until the battery on my phone died. It has never died before. Ever. In like five years. It's not a … Continue reading STUPID IS THE NEW NORMAL – Marilyn Armstrong