Monthly Archives: April 2022

The More Loving One


Welcome to Monday’s Poem of the Week. I confess, I was never a huge Auden fan, but this poem speaks to the state of my mind today. See if it says anything to yours. Be well. THE MORE LOVING ONEby … Continue reading

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What We Carry


This Monday’s Poem of the Week was inspired by the the best seller about the Vietnam War of similar name. In any war, soldiers have to decide on what is most essential in carrying out their mission. Hope you enjoy … Continue reading

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How Changes in Healthcare Will Affect You


There has been a tectonic change in the way medicine is being practiced in our country. It began in the early 1960’s, when the government and private insurance became the major payers for physician services, and accelerated in the early … Continue reading

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Gerdy’s Tubercle


This Monday’s Poem of the Week is dedicated to all of you who experience periodic aches and pains as you move about, a process we associate with getting less young. Despite it all, we continue moving. After all, it’s more … Continue reading

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Dirge Without Music


It’s another Monday morning, so time for Monday’s Poem of the Week. It’s gray and overcast looking out at the mountains this morning. Over the weekend, we attended the funeral of yet another friend who served his patients and his … Continue reading

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