Monthly Archives: February 2015

Murder at Randolph Village

Lots of things make me remember my mom. She was my girl. Just a few moments ago, I saw on the news the senior living facility where she lived is the site of a police investigation. A 95 year old man … Continue reading

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My First Time!

  This past weekend, I did something that I had never done before: I cooked fresh artichoke.  I love its flavor, but thinking about cutting and preparing one has always seemed rather intimidating and daunting.  I suppose the horror is … Continue reading

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Dealing With Bad Dietary Influences

I maintain a fairly regimented diet. Sure, I have my cheat moments, but I do a nice job of sticking to my goals. When I do cheat, my snacks generally become part of daily meal plan. When people around me … Continue reading

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More McDonald’s News

So if you haven’t heard, McDonald’s has introduced a new side salad item. It’s just a plain ol’ garden salad. Nothing fancy, really, but it meets my dietary needs. It may not even be all that new, depending on the … Continue reading

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Weight Loss Pacemaker

  I’ve been reading a lot lately about these implantable devices being used to help patients with their weight loss activities.   These electronic gadgets, referred to as weight loss pacemakers, or Gastric electrical stimulation (GES) by its technical name, is … Continue reading

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