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Friday: hot and steamy

It’s like a sauna out there.

I woke up almost an hour late. I missed my alarm. Both of them. Then I managed to get EVERY red light. Yep, this morning has a “dragging my ass and running behind” feeling to it.

But it’s Friday. Last day of MS product training. Sooooo, there’s that.

Thought about the Stones Start Me Up but that one doesn’t work as well as this one to wake me up:


If you’ve ever had a sick kid who needed constant medical care, you’ll understand the outrage and frustration that the state of Florida caused parents and physicians when over 13000 kids were booted from the CMS Medicaid program. Some kids with diabetes couldn’t get treated. Can you even imagine having to worry about your kid’s insulin? Or cleft palate surgery? Or psychiatric meds?

The parents are suing the state. I hope they win.

I’m livid. The know how difficult it is to pay for insurance for a seriously ill child. This is tragic and greedy.


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  1. Hey RD, speaking of hot and steamy, just back from a 90+ degree full on sun weather, sightseeing as tourists do (in Santorini and Athens). My body rebelled and started showing rashes on my legs, preventing me from wearing my sexy dresses.

    Everybody out there is talking about C’Ville and the buffoon. I am a UVA alum and I don’t like this taint on that fair city. I don’t like this taint on this country, period. Is it time for the GOP to start saying he is not one of us?

  2. WHOO HOO!!! Bannon is out.

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