I’ve never been much of a writer, or a reader for that matter. At school I wasn’t particularly academic and had to work really hard for my good grades. 500 more words
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When you get diagnosed with cancer, you meet a lot of other people who have or had cancer. It’s like another family, and we are all connected through our struggles, through our mortality, through our fears, through our perseverance, through the change and uncertainty that cancer brings. 556 more words
There are definitely more ways to achieve financial independence and freedom, but some are just way too unreliable to be recommended. I don’t believe a lottery ticket can be called a good (retirement) plan and neither do I believe in random good-willing email propositions offering us provisions on gold or money transfers from Nigeria that would make us instantly rich as… 272 more words
Let’s see, so the past 10 days brought an unending reminder of what’s become of my so-called life. This week marked what would have been the 76th birthdays of both of my deceased parents and the first year since my mother’s death. 1,101 more words
I had a big week last week. It started in Albany.
Assembly Bill 2383/Senate Bill 3151, the New York Medical Aid in Dying Act, was introduced for the 2017 legislative session on January 20th and on Monday, January 23rd a Press Conference was held at the State Capitol to formally announce it. 1,140 more words