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Gift Guide: Valentine’s Gift Ideas For Him

Valentine’s Day, the day that I lose my mind trying to find the perfect gift for my man. I know many of you ladies must feel the same, so I decided to help you out a bit with my Valentine’s Day Gift Guide. I hope this makes it easier for ... Read More »

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Are you a reason or season?

Are you a reason or a season?   It is very hard kicking someone out of your life, especially when there’s history. Do you just forget the person and the memories? No, you should always cherish the memories you held them close for a reason. Sometimes you have to let ... Read More »

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Giving up Lent for Lent

I don’t do Lent – gave it up a long time ago, pun intended. Giving up on organized religion did not come easy as I was raised Catholic and attended parochial schools through high school. Sunday Mass was a given, an obligation I dutifully fulfilled. We were never all that ... Read More »

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WWE Daniel Bryan Concussions, Retires

Daniel Bryan is only 34-years-old, but even he now recognizes how concussions can make life miserable (or worse) long-term, if not dealt with properly. He said he’s had multiple concussions in his 16-year wrestling career, and that’s why he decided to announce his retirement on WWE Monday Night Raw on ... Read More »

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Ferrari makes a great Valentine’s Day gift!

  Dear Michelle Valentine, I’d like to do something really extraordinary for my husband for Valentine’s Day. He’s really into cars, he goes to all the auto shows, and has subscriptions to all the “fast car” magazines. Any suggestions to “wow” my sports car loving man? Sandy, Wife of Car-Loving ... Read More »

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Valentine’s Day is my favorite!

Squee!  It’s almost here. The day. The day that my heart pitter patters for. The day that is full of love, reds, pinks, and lots of hearts and what not! I am going to be honest. I haven’t always been a fan. My memory takes me back to a very ... Read More »

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Musings on two patients

I recently had an interesting experience. On one clinic day I saw two patients who presented an illuminating point/counterpoint.   I had performed surgery on the first patient 6 years earlier. She was doing just fine and pleased with the outcome. She stopped by so that I could do a ... Read More »

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