Tag Archives: Lawsuit

Is a Picture Worth a Thousand Words?

I recently saw a photograph of Dr. Liar, the lying neurosurgeon who slammed a mallet into my spinal cord causing permanent damage during what should have been a routine Cervical Discectomy and Fusion surgery. This photograph is the first I … Continue reading

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Strength and Survival

I bet many of you may assume I am writing about my disappointment in the ever-growing attention given to Black Friday and the lack of focus on the real meaning of the Thanksgiving holiday. While I am extremely disappointed that … Continue reading

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Justice for All…?

No matter how hard I try not to admit it, after living in Pennsylvania for more than 18 years, a little bit of the blue state did rub off on me. Needless to say, during the past two weeks, it … Continue reading

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It’s Sheer Madness…

I am mad and I am not going to take it anymore. Let me explain further. Earlier this week I had an appointment with my pain management doctor. This is the second pain management doctor whom I’ve seen since moving … Continue reading

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Hurt, but Not Broken

My husband and I watched a 1982 movie that I wasn’t sure I was prepared to see. The movie, The Verdict, with Paul Newman, is about an alcoholic, ambulance-chasing lawyer named Frank Galvin who pursues a difficult medical malpractice case. … Continue reading

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My Love Affair…

I must admit…I am having a love affair. I am madly in love with my spa tub. In fact, it is one of the reasons I fell in love with the house that we bought in Virginia just about a … Continue reading

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Living Life with No Regrets

Writing a blog can be a unique way of uncovering who is interested and reading your posts and who isn’t. Since I first began writing My Unplanned Life in February, I have discovered that there are three groups of readers … Continue reading

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Is Not Guilty the Same as Innocent…?

Those reading this post are likely to be surprised that I am writing about the Casey Anthony not guilty verdict in my first post following the conclusion of the trial. I have to be honest, listening to the verdicts from … Continue reading

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Being Neighborly

On Friday while driving home from an appointment, my husband and I passed a gentlemen who was in his yard using a weed eater to trim the grass in his ditch that was close to the road. Each car that … Continue reading

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Pressing the Restart Button

This is a time of year when many people are celebrating. In fact, I think that June should be declared National Celebration Month since there are more weddings, graduations, anniversaries, and birthdays celebrated. In addition, we honor Father’s Day, Flag … Continue reading

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