Monthly Archives: October 2011

So many worthy children; such limited space

Remember the old woman who lived in a shoe? The one with so darn many kids she didn’t know what to do? The “Old Woman in the Shoe” nursery rhyme is over 200 years old yet the issues of overcrowding … Continue reading

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Timely interventions

A few weeks ago on Sunday, I stumbled into the walk-in clinic, my head pounding. I was sad. I couldn’t hear well; noises were muffled, as though my head was under water. I was unable to smell the area restaurants. … Continue reading

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An apology and a thank you

It is said three of the most powerful phrases in the English language are, “I am sorry”, “Thank you”, and “I love you.” This blog employs at least two of those phrases. Let me begin with the apology. I wish … Continue reading

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