Monthly Archives: September 2010

You’ve got questions, I’ve got answers.

Remember, once a week I will respond to questions.  Keep the questions coming, any topic is fair game.  Here we go… Kathy asks: What kind of programs does the hospital do that keep people healthy and prevent diseases?  Great question and … Continue reading

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You’ll shoot your eye out…

and I’m not talking about a Red Rider BB Gun! Of all the blogs I post, I get the most feedback about the blogs dealing with my adventures raising a child so at least once a week I’ll try to share … Continue reading

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Has it really been 9 years?

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 9 years since the September 11, 2001 attacks.  The sight of the jet crashing into the south tower is so vivid in my mind that it seems like it just happened yesterday.  I’m … Continue reading

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Price check on isle 5

When you go to the grocery store to buy a gallon of milk the price is clearly marked and everyone pays the same price.  When you to go to a restaurant the price on the menu is what you can … Continue reading

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The missing piece of health care reform.

Heath care is exactly what it says it is – health care.  The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 or lovingly known in the hospital world as health care reform did little to change health care as a … Continue reading

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Is a long weekend really worth it?

It always seems I’m more tired than refreshed after a long holiday weekend.  Anyone who’s lived in Clinton knows there are a few weekends throughout the year when traffic will be especially heavy.  These weekends are: Memorial Day Weekend, Fourth of … Continue reading

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Expect traffic delays this weekend.

We tend to see traffic pick up in Clinton on summer holiday weekends and as we enter the Labor Day Weekend I thought I’d share a story that might help you deal with longer than normal waits at traffic lights.  Below … Continue reading

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