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Have you been faced with deciding to go to the ER or to go to a local Urgent Care?

The Urgent Care Facilities have made a big splash in the health care scene in the last 10 years or less. Each has situations that are perfect for them, our blog post today will help you with that. Take a look here>> https://bit.ly/3h9lG9d

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This is my excuse for not posting here for a while. Time in the Twilight Zone is very strange. I will try to get back more often

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So just to make things fun, I now have exploding, flaming blisters appearing on top of the tumor area.

The flying monkeys of death aren't scheduled to be here until 3 weeks later.

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Driftwood Beach on Jekyll Island, GA - we watercolor where we'd like to go.

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I was thinking this morning how much the world has changed in the past 10 or so years. We used to tell people "Find one thing every day you can do to make the world better." Now we tell people "Find one thing every day that makes you happy."

The first one assumes that we start from a place of power and ability to change the world.

The second assumes that we have to look hard to find even ONE thing that makes us happy.

It's a little sad I think, but I am going to start working from the point of view of the first one for awhile. I am going to believe I have the power to make the world better even if it is just one small act at the time.

We all have bad days from time to time, but if we believe we can make the world better, it makes it a lot easier to proceed forward, leave a bad day behind and move forward to a good life.

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At what age did your "check engine " light come on? When did you start to notice that things were not right?

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This is us!

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If you're getting close to or over 45, get your XXX checked. It's good advice.

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We never think that we have enough money, and we always think we have all the time in the world. But in fact, niether is true.

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Hey cancer survivors and battlers. It’s been a while since I updated you all.

I’m now 7 years free of butt cancer and 6 of thyroid. No more CT scans or US. Checking in once a year with the oncology department have my annual mammogram at least once every 2-3 years.

I went through a rough patch at the start of the year, unemployment combined with this covid thing really pulled that gray cloud into my life. I did get a great job in May, but I spent Most of the time enjoying some pretty bad food choices. Had some bad sciatica and needed surgery. Which required a preop. Which revealed to my doc that I was super sweet. And then when my blood sugars turned in some quite impressive numbers during the surgery, I was forced to face the fact that all of this destructive eating had finally caught up with me.

Took a few weeks to turn it around and I’m now on my way to a much healthier me. Don’t worry, I still have plenty of chins left. And ample protective layer.

No travel plans, no going out, etc. But me and the wife are enjoying experimenting with cooking, playing games, etc.

And in conclusion, if you are fighting the dreaded disease I hold you all in the highest esteem and sent along only the best wishes for a positive outcome.

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