Thursday, September 24, 2009

notes on life in eden

Happy belated to my brother in law, Nick Schiller, MD. Doctor Schiller turned 45 yesterday, and doesn't look a day over 40. What's most lovable about the doctor is that he is willing to do anything for money, including taking me to the prom, as a favor to my sister. That's one of my proudest moments--having a paid escort to the prom.
Grandma has taken a turn for the worse, and is now receiving hospice care. She has fluid in her lungs that isn't treatable. I've been going to see her everyday, as if that can somehow stop the inevitable. It can't.
I will soon be busier with my volunteer activities with school starting. I also become connected to a newly formed non-profit called the Turner Syndrome Foundation of Oregon, and an hoping to do some work for it. And I have also joined a writing group for cancer survivors that I hope will improve my blog's content, and keep me out of trouble.

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