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Old 01-02-2005, 10:00 AM   #21
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Re: The main changes since entering ER

My heart goes out to you!

Thank you, Judy. It was of course a very sad thing to live through. The other side of the story is that we have been blessed with two wonderful boys.

I thought that I should mention the girl as well because the thread was on things that were experienced post-"retirement" that had not been experienced pre-"retirement," and for me the main new experience was the kids thing, and the experience of children is often an experience which combines great sorrow and great joy. Generally more joy than sorrow, but usually some sort of mix of the two (or so I have been told and have come to believe).

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Re: The main changes since entering ER
Old 01-05-2005, 05:15 AM   #22
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Local TV had a story that more than one third of residents in Oseola county FL do not have health insurance. The county is running out of money to support the local hospitals. They are very worried and acknowledge that these people can't afford the premiums.
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