Monthly Archives: February, 2013

What About Genetic Testing?

Have you ever thought of the complexities that have been added to our lives in the past few decades? Are you mystified at the grocery store when the cashier asks “Paper or Plastic?” Does the number of alternative choices on a restaurant menu’s “choice of sides” boggle your mind? Are you able to answer when …

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Journey of Hope Quilt Nears Finishing.

Ten days into the new year, I shared a photo with you of the beginnings of a anew quilt I am making: Journey of Hope is the name of the quilt, and of the MS Walk for which it is being made. The quilt will be used as a fundraiser, to benefit the MS Center …

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Walking to Beat the Monster

Each year since diagnosis in 2007, Rick and I have walked five miles with the MS Walk fundraiser. The first year we walked through Marblehead Neck, a beautiful area alongside the Atlantic Ocean on a peninsula, with a gentle hill through an attractive neighborhood and then along the ocean wall. We began that walk with …

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Cleared From One Doctor’s Appointments

This has been a very busy ten months, but things are quieting down now. I’m happy to say that the dermatology surgeon gave me a clear pass today, with no more follow-up appointments with him for now. I’ll continue to see the dermatologist every three months, but the most recent visit with him also gave …

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