Monthly Archives: March 2009

Medical update – 033109

From Elizabeth: Once again, you have set an example of self-sacrifice and compassion. Thank you for your 2+ weeks spent in attendance to our parents. I had the pleasure of treating Fred to dinner last night at the airport before he … Continue reading

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Medical update – 033109

By Elizabeth: Once again, Fred has set an example of self-sacrifice and compassion. Thank you for your 2+ weeks spent in attendance to our parents. I had the pleasure of treating Fred to dinner last night at the airport before he … Continue reading

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Medical update – 032909

It took a couple of days for the message to sink into my thick skull, but it seems my work is done here.  George & Sally and Mom & Pop all said that I should go home. My rationale for … Continue reading

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Medical update – 032609

At long last, Mom has a new (albeit temporary) home.  She was admitted today into Blumenthal Jewish Nursing & Rehabilitation.  It is a quasi-hospital/nursing home environment; meaning that it’s not quite as nice-looking as Wagon Wheel Ranch.  By itself, this … Continue reading

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Medical update – 032409

Yesterday was a bummer, so I waited until I had something good to report.  The bummer is that Clapps Nursing Center couldn’t discharge any of its patients over the weekend.  No available beds means Mom can’t get in.  Maybe in … Continue reading

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Medical update – 032109

There really hasn’t been much news for the past few days, so I’ve given my fingers a little rest.  On Thursday, I delivered the required preliminary paperwork to Clapps Nursing Center and short of actually getting Mom in there, my … Continue reading

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Medical update – 031709 Messengers

I don’t preach much.  I fear sounding heavy-handed like someone else in our gene pool.  But what happened today is a sermon in how God’s hand was on me, and on this whole situation.  Let’s call today’s story, “Messengers.” Yesterday, … Continue reading

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