Monthly Archives: March 2018

Connected

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March 1, 2018

Follow Telemedicine     My thyroid was surgically removed, thus I need Synthroid. I have had the same prescription for years and yet I often procrastinate in going to my primary physician, to get the prescription for the blood work, and then make another appointment, to review the results, to receive the prescription for...
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From the Editor

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March 1, 2018

Follow “It Was so Fresh”     The bright, red tomato, that I shared with you, In Nature, last month, was actually picked and eaten by my oldest great-niece, much to my delight! She had finished swimming with her father and siblings, when she came into the kitchen, ready for supper.  I showed her...
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Action

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March 1, 2018

Follow As Fran Would Say – It is a Shanda First, let me state that this call to action is not about politics, it is about people. Regardless of ones position, on the Second Amendment and Gun Control, the Parkland Massacre appears to have been the most preventable school shooting, in...
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Poet’s Corner

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March 1, 2018

Follow Recess     I am not entirely certain that at the moment anyone has anything to say at least not something worth stopping to listening to thus I have turned the volume down on the world at large muted all the senseless clatter in favor of moving forward instead of...
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