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Rolling Pills

At age 79, every morning I take vitamins and fiber pills–three pills in all with an extra B-complex pill twice a week. When I first get to my computer in the morning, I immediately collect the pills from the different … Continue reading

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At My Age

At my age, I take four prescription medications when I go to bed and four over-the-counter pills each morning. Dealing with constipation has been my biggest problem. After I supposedly added stool softener to the mix, my problem appeared to clear up … Continue reading

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On Our Way

This morning, Dimitris and I are being transported to the airport by our friend, Eido. We transport him to the airport when necessary, and he reciprocates with us. We are headed to the island of Oahu for approximately nine days. Getting ready for … Continue reading

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Taking Care of “Baby”

I don’t like to be sick, especially with a pesky cold. My colds usually begin with a sore throat. If my throat gets worse, then I am probably going to spend many a night miserable and congested. If, however, the … Continue reading

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The Laxative and the Bug

One of life’s challenges is dealing with aging. I now take four prescription pills for blood pressure, cholesterol, and whatever ails me. I add to that batch a “baby aspirin.” I have my little weekly slot box for those pills … Continue reading

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