A common misconception- part 2

Last week I shared that disabled and elderly consumers are not the primary consumers using durable medical equipment. Again let me state that increasing use of these assistance devices is impacted by the Baby Boomers 1948-1964 aging, yet generation X 1965-1980, and the millennium’s AKA generation Y 1981-2000 have a high injury rate. When not…

Dispelling a common misconception

I have been blogging weekly since September 2013. I have learned, its hard work, I cannot imagine doing this daily. I have learned that I give a lot of myself away each week as I express feelings, moods, attitudes, excitement and fears; I have learned more about what you think than anything else. Several of…

Good bye 2013

  Many decades ago, this time of year was high energy. No school, bed time extended, playing with new toys, a house full of love, laughter, bright lights, twinkling lights, food, drinks and noise. Lots of noise! Several years later, the time between Christmas and the New Year was filled with parties, laughter, dancing, and…

Nothing is promised.

Blog 12/21/13 Last Monday there was a terrible accident on Interstate 5 south of Joint Base Louis McCord. A truck caring a trailer crossed the center line, hit a truck and a semi. The semi exploded, killing the driver.  The accident happened about 11:00 am. Drivers SAT until almost 2:30pm when one lane finally opened.…

Over spending has become our nation’s way of life. Consumption has bought us to the brink of whatever the current “cliff is”. Many have failed to notice. Sadly I have been guilty of over indulgence. Buying shoes (dah!). What self-respecting person (yep, guys have joined this trend) wants to have “ugly” shoe feet? Whose idea…

Moving into a New Year and Mindset

I’ve already stated how much this blog has made me go inward and reflect. Other bloggers, especially those who do this every day, get nothing but my admiration and respect. The amount of effort needed to produce a short blog once a week is quite a bit more than I expected. The rewards are too. …