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Back in Business!

It’s been a busy past few weeks. I’ve got my business site back online, and I hope I can get it back to where it was in a few months. It might take as much as a year. With all the changes at Google, who knows, but I’ll keep plugging away. Honestly, I got burned […]

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The Cave

It’s been three weeks since shoulder surgery, and I’ve been binge-watching my favorite bike touring channel on YouTube, Roland & Julianna: Bicycle Tourists. Even if you have no plans to ever go on a bike tour, I’d recommend watching their trip across the United States and France. The videos are professionally edited, narrated beautifully, and […]

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What a Week

The last week has been interesting. A week ago, I had the stitches removed from my shoulder, and replaced with steri-strips and skin glue. I was glad to get rid of the stitches, until the next day. When the glue was applied, it immediately itched, but I didn’t think much of it. By the evening, […]

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Too Much Time on My Hands

It’s been 9 days since shoulder surgery and things are coming along. Today, I’m feeling pretty good. My shoulder no longer hurts at rest, or just being attached to my body. The range of motion is still really limited, but at least I’m not laying in bed with an ice pack on my shoulder. Last […]

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A Christmas to Remember

This Christmas marks the third Christmas that I’ve been divorced, and I’ve learned that nothing reminds me of being divorced more than putting up the Christmas tree.  Now, hanging ornaments that were collected over 26 years marriage is about as fun as hanging a collection of dead squirrels.   “Oh, here’s the ornament my sister-in-law made […]

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The Mall

Yesterday, I walked inside Hickory Point Mall, better known simply as, “the mall.” I had intended to only shop at Hobby Lobby and then skip over to TJ Maxx, but I was curious to how the actual mall of the mall was doing. It’s not doing good.   I don’t even remember the last time I […]

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Milestones

This week, marks my 5-year anniversary at DMH.  Honestly, when I started, I didn’t think I’d last 5 months, heck, 5 days, in the beginning!  I won’t get into all the details, but my department has had its ups and downs.  It’s been rough at times.  Most people don’t last long.   Sterile processing definitely was […]

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Goings Ons

In one week, the Devon Amphitheater will be open again for business. The band Kansas will be performing, and I’ll be there. The concert was planned for last year, but band members caught Covid and it had to be rescheduled. I’ll also be going to the Rick Springfield concert and a country act that I […]

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Well, It’s Something

It’s a cold, blustery late April Sunday afternoon. Yuck! At least yesterday was nice, and surely warm weather will come back and stay longer soon. It’s been pretty quiet lately. Not much is going on here. There’s my blog post. Have a nice day. Well, I’ll try to think up something. Oh, I went grocery […]

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