Monthly Archives: June 2012

St. Francis Hospital and the 4th Amendment

UPDATE – JUNE 27, 2012 @ 4:55P.M. When I posted this particular entry, I forwarded the link to various individuals that I thought should be aware of the situation.  This afternoon I received a call from Col. Randy Warden, Chief … Continue reading

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Sciaticus Pinch (with apologies to Harper Lee)

Two weeks ago I woke to the sound of a painful moan.  Looking about the room I realized that the moan had emanated from me.  As I attempted to roll over and push the dog out-of-the-way, I was struck with … Continue reading

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The coffee dog

Gus, my wonderful Australian Shepherd pup, is still learning the rules of my house.  One of these rules is to stay out of the garbage.  It is a concept that he has not fully grasped, and his trash diving has … Continue reading

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A one year anniversary

A year ago today I started this little blog.  My intention was to have a place where I could discuss the many issues that I have met along my journey in the public healthcare system.  I have posted stories on … Continue reading

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The waiting game

This past Monday, June 4th, I had the joy of visiting the physical therapy department at Wishard.  I’m no stranger to this office, having had numerous appointments with them for my leg issues.  It was Kristen, the therapist, that recommended … Continue reading

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