10/27/18 Dental Wizardry

We always talk about modern medicine and its many miracles. Well, we’ve always had modern medicine. What we have not had was modern dentistry. Modern dentistry is a relatively new invention, and a good one. What dentists can do is remarkable. Thank goodness. I had a knot come up on the lower right side of…

10/8/18 Ten Years with Leukemia

Today is my the tenth anniversary of my CLL diagnosis. In ten years a lot has happened. I learned an awful lot about a disease about which I had previously known nothing. I researched, found, and still have world class care and treatment. I watched and waited. I then watched my lymphocyte doubling time soar…

7/14/18 Limitations of Time

We are all limited by time. As it slowly passes through the hourglass, we seem not to notice its steady, relentless flow. We start out with the hourglass full, but it drains into the lower basin, uncontrollable, irreclaimable, each grain a passing moment that can never be retrieved. When the glass is full, we are…

6/22/18 Deborah Robins – Home Fires

I am not a reviewer, nor a critic. I don’t like to criticize other’s work. It is often said about critics that they become critics because they cannot do. That leaves me right out of the critical realm, because I can and do. What I truly enjoy is the doings of others, especially when I…