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Saturday, June 7, 2014

We Celebrate D-Day!

We celebrate D-day this weekend, and those brave souls who fought and died there seventy years ago. We also remind everyone to fly their flags next week, June 14th, Flag Day. Our river's rapids are restless today, waiving in tiny waves, as though they are tiny flags saluting summer. We have crested and had some flooding, but not nearly as much as we have had in the last three years. We also salute our friend Trisha Georgiou, who has published her latest chapbook of poetry with 918studio. Time seems to fly; The Race for the Cure is already here. The summer jazz festivals are beginning, and my writers' groups are full of ideas. WE start another quarter at school, and I'm trying to get two more novels ready for Kindle. Look for posts and parodies of Dr. Whoreami of Medical Muddled Arts, who neglected to look up the term "informed consent" in his Medicine for Dummies Book [can't blame it, he didn't have his Dummies Lexicon with him]. Long live my old business of med mal, I say, for whom Dr. Whoreami, pronounced "whore - am- I" is the poster child. Hail to him and others like him who take the phrase "do no harm" to mean, "do no harm to his bank account." Happy Summer, thanks for your comments, and more soon.

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