Surgical room 19

Show & Tell: What a Difference A Week Makes

July 29, 2009

My family last week at the Southwick Zoo near Boston: Reed in the foreground, Tessa in orange, and Roger’s legs. My view this week: Roger is just out of sight, to the left. This is the self-medicator, the oxygen tank, the commode. Tessa and Reed are in Park City, UT, enjoying the company of the […]

Report from Surgical Room 19

July 28, 2009

It’s been a few days since my last Roger update, so here goes another. Summarizing the last two days in two words? This sucks. Roger was making incredible progress through the weekend. His voice was strong, he entertained a series of visitors, and he was up and around often. It seemed like the worst was […]

Perfect Moment Monday: I am not

July 27, 2009

Perfect Moment Monday is about noticing a perfect moment rather than about creating one. Perfect moments can be momentous or ordinary or somewhere in between. We gather here once a week to engage in mindfulness about something that is right with our world. Everyone is welcome to join. Details on how to participate are at […]

Eyewitness Accounts

July 26, 2009

I’m going to confess. I’ve been using an alias for my husband’s name all this time. He’s not really a Rob; he’s a Roger. Why am I telling you this now? Because I have some links to share, links that use his real name. We’re stepping out of the bloggy witness protection program into the […]

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