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LET THERE BE BLOGGERS! And Men and Women – old, young, tall, short, fat, thin – of all races and creeds came from many varied and far-reaching lands and formed a World Within…
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Today was my second day back in private practice. Needless to say, my head is spinning. After over a decade and a half of the same routine of being a solo practitioner with one…
[PAUL’S SAGA CONTINUES …] Christmas came and went, and with the help of a kindly neighbor who did my grocery shopping for me, I gradually got better. I was doing some writing on my computer late in December when I … Continue reading