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Remember the leaky roof?

     Well, we got the estimate to strip the ancient slate roof off the house and replace it with shingles. No way can we afford to redo it with slate and the other half of this twin has shingles. 201 more words


Rust2Iron 4 MS

Not unlike almost every other night, I sit here on my couch unwinding from the day with ice bags draped over my legs, recuperating from another week of swimming, biking and running. 388 more words


Accomplishments and accolades.

The feeling of accomplishment is pretty amazing.  Sunday, I turned in my last assignment for my Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree and am eagerly awaiting my diploma in the mail.  631 more words


A Special Touch

Brittany Trane knew that she’d really found the right place to work, soon after starting at BioPlus Specialty Pharmacy. One of the first patients she interacted with was Craig*, a patient with multiple sclerosis, who had been prescribed a new medication, called Rebif®. 271 more words

Specialty Pharmacy

Spring Sunshine, Robins and Kleenex

We’re all so glad spring has sprung. What I can do without, though, is my annual change-of-season cold. Faithfully every year I can count on this seasonal marker to indicate the transition into a new season. 308 more words


My One Defense

44.  That is the number of days that I have been on this restrictive gluten-free, sugar-free, fat-free fiasco of a diet.  We’ve (me and Tob) been detoxified and cleansed.   1,168 more words

Blooming In Idaho

Little of this a little of that...

     Nothing like dentist appointment to finish off your day. Now my teeth are clean and I don’t go back there until October.

     Gavin has developed a pressure sore on the one rear ankle. 99 more words