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One should always be drunk. That’s all that matters… Charles Baudelaire

January 28, 2015
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Saturday was my birthday. I wanted wine and song. My daughter called from Ireland to wish me a grand year, and suggested I check the internet machine for our local beloved troubadour to see where…

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Best Notify My Next of Kin…This Wheel Shall Explode….Absolutley Fabulous

January 21, 2015
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The frustration level of caregiving is equal to the dropping temperatures here on the East Coast, which is at a 100 year low.  Pretty sure that’s true. Finally after spending 6 months in rehab, my…

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Story Slam with Cathy Sikorski

January 19, 2015
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  [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Otl2gkD8_B8&list=PLrTgz74MKVPhgMCi8CPNrr-arOJQNFr_n&w=560] cathy sikorskiAfter more than 25 years of caregiving and Elder Law, Cathy writes about the comedy of caregiving in her blog; “You just have to Laugh…”She is the author of “Showering with Nana:…

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Okay 2015…can you really change?

January 1, 2015
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In the spirit of the New Year, I am taking a Nostradamus point of view and a Pollyanna perspective. Five things that will not change in 2015: 1. Medical Insurance Companies will not make our…

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One Medicare Advantage for Drag Queens….

December 12, 2014
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There is a Medicare rule that requires your Part D (which is prescriptions only) provider to now call you before they send out your medications. Many of these Part D providers also require, or at…

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Nailed it………….good luck with that!

November 20, 2014
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I am getting a mani-pedi tomorrow.  First, ballroom dancing and now mani-pedis. Who is this so-called caregiver? But I have to because I’m going to a Masquerade Ball where I can use my new and…

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Medicare Open Enrollment…open season for craziness

November 6, 2014
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Have you ever had the experience as a caregiver (or even a co-worker) where you’ve been taking care of someone and they are clearly forgetting things and allowing you to have all the responsibility and power?…

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Let’s see who measures up, shall we?

October 28, 2014
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I noticed a weird bruise on my arm last week on Thursday. By Friday it had morphed into something that looked like a bear climbing a tree. It didn’t hurt. I had no recollection of…

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You can’t get there from here……

October 21, 2014
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For October, I wanted to write about something really scary. I picked Medicare. One of Medicare’s absurd rules is how to transport the infirm. They will pay for transport from facility to facility, but they will…

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Scars….a story slam premiere

October 15, 2014
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[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvNRy9hOBnc&w=500&h=350&hd=1]   cathy sikorskiAfter more than 25 years of caregiving and Elder Law, Cathy writes about the comedy of caregiving in her blog; “You just have to Laugh…”She is the author of “Showering with…

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