I had a lab appointment for tomorrow so I called to confirm it and found out that all appointments related to my NP had been canceled. My NP’s daughter has a cancer and so she is no longer there to practice. The office is trying to figure out what to do with all of her patients. The clerk that I talked to told me that she would let me know later this week what to do. I was saddened to hear she is gone, and I respect her for wanting to help her daughter. Cancer is nasty, the treatment for cancer is horrific.
A child with cancer regardless who they are, where their from, I feel for each and every one. My prayers go out for each of them.
Personally, I did not know the man, I did listen to him on Fox News often. I enjoyed his commentations, the story of this life, the accident, and how he made it through Harvard medical school. He spoke not long ago and said he was tired and the fight was over, he was talking about his cancer battle. As a cancer survivor, I can say it is a hard battle to win. I want to express my condolences to the family and friends. In my opinion, he was a great person, bad luck, but a good life as he could make it. RIP, Doctor Charles Krauthammer dead at 68.
Some days I feel like this, other days I feel like that, so I ask, which day would I feel good or fantastic? Admittedly, for me to feel good or fantastic would be farfetched at best.
To my initial question, is this and that like going to a doctor, he/she asking when they enter the room, Hello James, How are you? my response would be well or good as far as I know. My thought has always been if you are good or well then why are at a doctor’s office?
In response to the thought of the doctor’s office visit, I would conclude that a scheduled visit ( follow-up),
For any case, it remains that some days I feel like this, and other days I feel like that. This just the way that is.