Don’t you love those times when you’re on top of your game? Everything just seems to flow — easily and effortlessly. I call it “E-Squared.”
Mine has been a life of many regrets. When there’s been a fork in my road, I have almost always headed off the wrong way. I recently made yet another dumb move. It seemed right at the moment. I’m certain now it was not.
Having witnessed my dad’s descent into Alzheimer’s as well as that of friends and neighbors, coupled with the somewhat increasingly frequent personal loss of familiar words, a sometimes symptom, the prospect of effective medication for treating dementia is appealing.
Q: My cat Nemo is miserable! He is constantly licking and chewing on his fur. He has little scabs on his ears too. When I rolled him over I saw that his belly fur is very thin and there are scabs there too. Is he OK? Please let me know how I can help him.
Aha, I thought, just the report that might convince a family member who recovered from COVID-19 that vaccination is still important. Off it went in an email.
You know the feeling. You’re running that loop over and over in your head — looking at a situation and wishing you had made a different decision.
While searching for the few 1960s color slide transparencies we kept in the last household move, I discovered a Parker’s Brothers game that predates the photos by a couple decades.
Q: I have a golden retriever named Pebbles and she is the love of my life. I was reading about goldens and found that they should have their ears cleaned on a regular basis because they can get ear infections easily. I have never cleaned her ears and she is 2 now. Should I start and how do y…