Category Archives: medical

Women Veterans

“What book changed how you see the world and why?” My first thought is: “What book hasn’t? I have had many arguments with non-fiction-only readers who say that novels, poetry, etc. are a waste of time and don’t enrich your … Continue reading

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Review: The Rosie Project

With all that has been going on in the world, (and I watch a lot of different news sources), with what is going on with the family, (it changes by hour), and with what is going on with my new … Continue reading

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Sister, Staff, and Strong Drink

The past week or so has been a really busy, an unfortunately busy, one for me. I had to take The Sister, who is never really ill, to the hospital; I stayed up all night there with her, then they … Continue reading

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