Tag Archives: frustration

The “cost” of aging…

For some reason I’ve felt my age this past week.  It’s far more than the effects of the political turmoil; it’s far more than my chronological age; it’s far more than spending winter in the Northeast.  With ages comes wisdom, … Continue reading

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Mad as hell…

For several weeks I have been immersed in elder care.  The way our elderly are treated is repugnant in every way.  My heart aches for those who have little or no family and, therefore, few to no visitors.  Patients in … Continue reading

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A few confessions of a retired teacher…

My academic teaching career didn’t begin until I was 30 years of age.  I’d taught tennis to various age groups from the time I was 15, but that’s different from classroom teaching.  Being a teacher was wonderful.  I loved it. … Continue reading

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Living large in a medium world

For too many years I’ve struggled with my weight.  As is the case with many, I gained weight during my college years.  Though I was active, I wasn’t regularly participating in sports as I had in high school.  Time passed, … Continue reading

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Today’s rant(s)

I’m fairly well acquainted with our modern healthcare system.  Since I manage a few health conditions, I’m no stranger to doctor’s offices and testing situations.   Thankfully, I’m also blessed with good healthcare coverage.  More and more I notice the … Continue reading

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Kids these days….

I seldom talk about the current generation of kids; however, I worry a great deal.  In fact I find myself shaking my head a fair amount.  Unfortunately I think I’m shaking it figuratively only to discover it’s far more overt … Continue reading

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