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Dental Disaster

September 26, 2013
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I’m a Frankenpatient, a dental disaster. And all because I didn’t read the fine print when I was signing over my life for a simple cut and paste procedure. It all started when my upper…

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Vacation Preps

June 10, 2013
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Hello, I’m your smart phone and you have 92 reminders on your current vacation prep list. How do you plan on grooming all 8 dogs, cleaning the house, straightening your office and packing your “everything”…

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God: the Supreme Ironist

May 2, 2013
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The detective-character in the mystery thriller I recently finished referred to God as the “supreme ironist.” My brain neurons began firing double time when I read that. My first thought was, wow, that’s one smart,…

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You light up my life?

April 20, 2013
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  Plumbers in general are more reliable than electricians. I found that out just the other month when I hired an “experienced” electrician to fix the timer on what my husband and I refer to…

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IT IS WHAT IT IS

April 12, 2013
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I’m not keeping score, but in the last few months, I don’t know how many people have tiptoed up to me and quietly let go with a “It is what it is.” It’s like someone…

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Pope Francis and his To-Do List

April 1, 2013
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Now that the Pope has had a day to rest up from the religious rigors and  pomp and ceremony of Easter Sunday, I figure he’s using the time to compile his “to-do” list for the…

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De-Extinction: De Whole Truth

March 22, 2013
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De-Extinction: De Whole Truth

I’m not a scientist, but I’ve watched enough scientists on CSI shows and read enough Medline abstracts to know it’s getting downright spooky out there.  Now that every other genius and his twin sister can…

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Hi, My Name is Sweetie and I’m a Hoarder

March 17, 2013
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Currently I’m streaming this confession over the Internet because I’ve done the AA thing and I had to wait two hours before I could stand up before a crowd of strangers and tell them of…

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Dementia Shakes its Booty at Rock ‘n Roll

March 11, 2013
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At long last, some good news in the headlines. Scientists think losing your marbles does not necessarily mean losing your musical edge. In short, when you’re old and gray and the best part of your…

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Puppy Dogs and Babies Have that Je Ne Sais Quoi

March 5, 2013
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I just returned from taking my three eight-week-old miniature schnauzers to the vet for their first vaccinations. It was an illuminating experience. Everyone–and I mean everybody (even that obnoxious saluki of a female receptionist who…

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