Monthly Archives: March 2016

One Administrator, One Nurse, One Aide and 34 Patients


This morning my glucose was 129. It hasn’t been that low in several years after having topped out around 650. In recent months it has been averaging around 350. The nurse—a floater—said that 129 was a good number; I said … Continue reading

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Today


There is so much I want to tell you but, alas, I get too tired too fast. Today there would be the story of the man who was admitted Friday evening, and the importance of hugs, and some other stuff, … Continue reading

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A Life Wasted


A nurse practitioner and I have just been talking. Mostly we were talking about herbal teas, of which we are both aficionados. Prior to that, I was talking with a staff member of the Recreation Dept. Mostly we were talking … Continue reading

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