What are you allergic to? #EyesonVISINE

As I have mentioned here many times, I am allergic to life. Yes, really! I had allergy testing many years ago, and I reacted to every single thing. I know that it is totally crazy, so of course it happened to me. I also will be having food allergy testing done shortly, because a food allergy keeps showing up in my bloodwork.However, I am not alone. Did ...continue reading

Where are you retiring?

It is important that everyone has a comfortable and safe place to live after they retire. Those who have health problems may need someone to keep an eye on them and ensure that their basic needs are met. While not everyone needs to be watched on a regular basis, a ride to doctor's appointments or a friendly phone call reminding a resident to take a medication ...continue reading

Review: ABC Animals

ABC Animals

Twenty-six letters; 26 animal friends! From Armadillo, with its long sticky tongue, to chimps that greet each other with kisses, to the slow-swimming manatee and plant-munching zebra, this delightful board book from the American Museum of Natural History introduces children to both the alphabet and some of the most interesting creatures displayed in the ...continue reading

I can see clearly now . . .

Well, actually Madison can. She had an eye doctor appointment last night.  I changed her from the pediatric ophthalmologist to the eye doctor Bill and I go to.  It's just down the street, and it's covered under our vision insurance (whereas her ophthalmologist was not).  The amazing thing is that we've been going to the other place for 2 years, and I learned ...continue reading