Medical Update No. 2: Arthroscopic knee surgery

Last Tuesday, I had a colonoscopy, the first of two major medical procedures that I had this month, in back-to-back weeks. Yesterday, I had arthroscopic surgery on my left knee to scope and then repair my meniscus which was diagnosed earlier this summer as “degenerative” from osteoarthritis. As last week, I'll keep it (relatively) short: … Continue reading Medical Update No. 2: Arthroscopic knee surgery

Medical Update No. 1: Colonoscopy

Today, I had the first of two major medical procedures that I am having this month, in back-to-back weeks. Next Tuesday, I am having arthroscopic surgery on my left knee to check, and repair if needed, my meniscus which was diagnosed earlier this summer as “degenerative” from osteoarthritis. But first, earlier this morning, I had … Continue reading Medical Update No. 1: Colonoscopy

The report of my hometown library’s death was an exaggeration

Paraphrasing Mark Twain's quote, my report recently of my hometown library's death was an exaggeration. Click through to the fundraising page to donate: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=995272567300635&id=286477521513480&__xts__%5B0%5D=68.ARBRhC7fZMlMkwXI85eQ3ukqMjz5Tw34AyGH9FxtTyLiu800IfIPWG70jCBLTnw3-VZ1WqcmAbsAazHqESkliEuLBneLJjzdFenNvS8HMftDYXfXnsB25BsVRynn7MT7lFYbvA8&__tn__=-R Or for those of you not on Facebook, you can mail your donation by check (the library is a 501c3 organization and can send you a receipt for tax purposes) to … Continue reading The report of my hometown library’s death was an exaggeration