How I Became Patient

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I have always been an impatient person. I hated waiting in line, being stuck in traffic, and was intolerant of people who couldn’t make decisions. Then, nearly two years ago, while typing, I noticed that what I had typed was gibberish. Then I started drooling. Oh shit, I thought, I’m having a stroke. My wife drove me to a nearby … Read More

Meet My Grandniece

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Meet Rachael DeWitt-Cisneros, the daughter of my niece Emily and her husband, Max Cisneros. In August, she will turn 17 and be a senior at Valley High School here in Albuquerque. She is showing her volleyball jacket–she’s a middle blocker on the Valley High team. In addition to being an athlete, Rachael has serious academic credentials with a 4.1 grade … Read More

The Wrong Visual Message

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What do you think of the image above? Does it give you a warm and fuzzy feeling? I didn’t think it would. Aside from the illogical, die-hard (or easy) anti-vaxxers, there are a number of people who are simply terrified of hypodermic injections. Trypanophobia, fear of needles, also known as needle phobia, is the extreme fear of medical procedures involving … Read More

DD News

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On February 9th I turned 77. Here is my favorite BDay card from that day from Wayne Scheiner:               I had my second Covid vaccination, so that’s a done deal. We have a new media sponsor, so welcome John Boland and the Byron Bay Chilli Company! Click on the top banner for more info. … Read More