A midday diversion for you . . .
Life as we know it
Luv.Mom: “If you have never been in the chemotherapy-infusion room of a cancer clinic, you might be surprised to hear that it’s one of the more pleasant places on the planet. All of the personnel are positive and professional and caring. No one is in a hurry. Patients quickly learn the routine and relax in their heated recliners for an hour as the chemo drips into their bodies. Hot drinks and treats are offered.
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The Gram With a Thousand Rules: “My dad always thought the multi-pen signing ritual was childish and a waste of time. ‘Just get the blankety-blank job done!’ he would rant at the television screen.
“So, as I watched the televised ceremony when the new president signed his first bills, I remembered back to the time when I was one of the pen grabbers.
A midday diversion for you, here in the semi-frozen North . . .
Who was that unmasked woman?
Grandma Jody writes: “Can you believe it?
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