“Maybe there’s a rule…” Calliope worried the ribbon around her waist. “Can healthcare angels accept gifts from patients?” “And I’m not so sure about asking for input on book 4… with HIPAA laws and all.” Urania started an online search. Thalia rolled her eyes. “Creating problems where none exist.”
A milestone if ever I heard one! Not only in your care but in growing your book skills. I’m certain both will turn out fabulously.
May your immunotherapy do for you exactly what you're hoping it will, Gail. I love the sound of your generous work-in-progress. Be well, my friend.
You’re shining your light of love in all directions Gail. Go well. ❤️
T-shirt: “ENGINEER: Solving problems you didn’t know you had in ways you can’t understand” 😁
Re: "NO TRESPASSING" signs: Deb tells people that one of her earliest encounters with my, um, elastic interpretation of signage goes back to when we were poking around a historic military site. Part of the site was fenced off, with "GOV'T PROPERTY — NO TRESPASSING" signs on the fence. I found a spot where the fence had a very obvious hole with very obvious signs of traffic, so I started to squeeze through. "Jackster! You can't go in there! There are signs!" I looked around the immediate area of the hole — no signs. "See, they don't want anybody going in over THERE. But obviously they don't mind if we go in HERE, because lots of people have!" And I went on in. Then came back a few minutes later to tell her, "There is some REALLY cool stuff in here, you'll really want to check this out." And she did.
Since then, my wonderful wife, who loves me dearly, has spread the slander that unless a sign says "NO TRESPASSING, JACK!" that I ignore it. I'm just noting for the record that is not entirely the case, mostly.