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You are hereby Notified

on 5/15/2020 that decided to terminate your Admission/Rsidency Agreement signed on 4/25/2019. Greg had sidled into the room and was leaning against the sink. I was watching A Star is Born (Judy Garland). He looks at the screen and says, you like the old movies. Huh. She begins to sing, The Man Who Got Away […]

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Once Upon a Time in NYC

Had first of two IG (immunoglobulin) yesterday. Still have IV needle in left wrist. Typing with right index finger. So this will be a short post. One more IVIG this afternoon. Another guy died yesterday but I don’t think it was the virus. He had cancer. It would be great if they did some testing […]

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Flowers for Algernon

When I see this note I wrote and stuck on my door (with my right hand – stroke hand) I am always reminded of the movie Charlie (from the book: Flowers for Algernon). One day somebody brought a few of my prints to sign, and I realized I could no longer use my right hand […]

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Dog in Park

These dogs, often used by police and military are amazing. It was easy to take this picture a few days ago from the wheelchair because the owner kept tossing balls to retrieve and I just had to rollcloser and closer. This was with a 28mm lens so I was just a few feet away, and […]

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This Page Left Intentionally Blank

My friend called to see if I were okay, since I haven’t written in the blog for a while. I haven’t been in the mood. And btw when you print that a page is INTENTIONALLY BLANK it isn’t BLANK anymore. What you could say is that what follows is BLANK ON PURPOSE. He asked what […]

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Duo Wheelchair Shots

Way before I ended up in a wheelchair, I had some sort of premonition, because I was always shooting people in wheelchairs and I had never been in one myself. No broken legs. No injuries that I can think of at all. But there was a lot of illness in my family. My mother died […]