Monthly Archives: September 2013

Pre-trial Day

In all of my 67 years, I have been called to jury duty once, about three years ago. I answered the call once. It would be a big trial lasting about a week; murder, I think. I sat in a … Continue reading

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Guest Post on MD Anderson’s Cancerwise

MD Anderson asked me to post on their website, Cancerwise. My first post can be found at http://www2.mdanderson.org/cancerwise/2013/09/my-dance-with-chronic-lymphocytic-leukemia.html Please take a look at it!

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Family, Friends, and Faith

Do you remember 4H clubs? Our daughters were in 4H. I don’t have a clue what the four H’s are, but I know two of our girls learned to raise rabbits, kill and dress them, and trade them for shoes. … Continue reading

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Understanding CLL

I have been asked to explain CLL (Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia) in easily understood language. I’ll try, though I make no promises, and the attempt may result in less than totally accurate descriptions. The end result, hopefully, will help you understand … Continue reading

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