December 7th, 2008

December 7, 2008

Richard and his son Rick left yesterday morning around 8 a.m. for Indiantown and hope to arrive tonight. I’m not there, although it was disappointing to have them go without me. But my sister Virginia, who is special as you know, has had a gastro-intestinal bleed for a week. Doctors can neither stop the bleeding […]

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Richard was told as a young trim fit man that he had high cholesterol. In 1987, he was taken to Beth Israel hospital in Boston, where he was the recipient of the first stent put into a human. It’s still working. But he has been having difficulties for years. Every once in a while, he […]

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“Real life” presented itself in the form of piles of mail and little maple trees growing in the eavestroughs. I did my taxes and Megan gave me back Mom’s banking to do. I helped less than my share with the emptying if my parents’ house, and the sorting through the accumulated history and junk, laced […]

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It always surprises me how eager I am to head south, after how happy I was to get off the boat in the spring. Each half of the year is wonderful, and makes me appreciate the other one more. By May 2, Richard finished grinding down the hull and we put some sunscreen netting over […]

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