Category Archives: medical

The Able Life of Cody Jane by Marly Cornell

“I have thought about the writing thing, and thought I’d write a bio about my life, but everyone does that. It’s boring. I have been thinking about it actually, and thought it might be fun writing children’s books. For one, … Continue reading

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The Book That Changed My Life The Most

I never thought I could pick one of the books I’ve read over my lifetime that has changed my life. Some are like electricity when I read them; some just make me comforted. Some challenge me. It’s like picking one … Continue reading

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Healing Angels

I went to see Dr. Rosner on Thursday for a delayed 6 week checkup. (It was actually more like 10 weeks.) He looked at the CT scan I had gone to get before I came back to his office to … Continue reading

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Fixing What’s Broken

Well, it’s back to the hospital in about 2 1/2 weeks. Dr. Rosner (my neurosurgeon) referred me to an orthopedic surgeon in Asheville to see if there was anything that could be done to correct my deformed right foot  that … Continue reading

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I’m Still Here

If You Could Be Anybody, Who Would You Be? Jane Addams She changed the world By organizing their communities If it weren’t for her, we wouldn’t know we were poor. And we wouldn’t know there was something we could do … Continue reading

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I’m Still Here!

If You Could Be Anybody, Who Would You Be? Jane Addams She changed the world By organizing their communities If it weren’t for her, we wouldn’t know we were poor. And we wouldn’t know there was something we could do … Continue reading

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Sometimes the Words just Don’t Say what YOU Want Them To

I tried slicing it apart line by line and rearranging it. It’s just not what I wanted. Intent to nap Sometimes keeps people out of trouble Especially when they were napping behind the wheel of a car Until the party … Continue reading

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