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Friday, November 11, 2005

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Laura

Ouch! I love that card.

Arlene

Don't even talk to me about boring blogs. For over seven months now, I've been meaning to do some sort of snappy banner for my blog, but alas, no. Btw, I'm enjoying your monthly banner changes. What are you going to do when you've exhausted the twelve months? Repeat?

catnapping

thank goodness she had you to stick up for her. it angers me to know end, the way people (especially the more vulnerable ones, like older folks and children) are ignored by the very personnel who are SUPPOSED to be there to HELP them!

Margaret

That was thoughtful of you, Diane. I am frightened by how big a stink we have to make in the medical world these days. What about those poor people who have no advocates? I love the postcard too; it is adorable.

kg

love the postcard! you're right - impossible to look at without smiling... hope your mother-in-law is doing much better - such a frustrating situation. also, thanks for your comment on my blog!

(p.s. - i tracked down your site through your blogger profile - you may want to change that URL you left on that post to a hyperlink so people can click on it and get here directly from there.) ;-)

isay

lovely postcard.
i am sure things will get better soon for everybody. have a nice smiley weekend-

Stephanie

What a cute postcard. And what an irritating experience with the medical staff. Reminds me of that conversation we had about how you sometimes have to just demand care. Good job for making sure your MIL gets taken care of!

tinker

Oh, your poor MIL! That must have been so uncomfortable for her - hope things go better soon for all of you!
Love the vintage postcard - makes me want to go on a roadtrip...sigh...someday...Have a good weekend!

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