TI;; WE MEET AGAIN!
Last night I felt my old self again, so decided that I would walk the beach this morning, have lunch in my apartment, and drive home. Of course I hit all the school traffic, but actually felt even better when I saw my home.
I had an invitation to go dancing for an hour this evening, Tomorrow night I am going to a party, so had to pick up items to make a huge Sherry Trifle, but I much prefer brandy, or rum. I bought some really good moist cake, and then poured rum over it, and then it soaks in.
Then when I got back, I made up 4 pints of jelly/jello, with water and the juice of the cans of fruit cocktail. It is now cooling down. Then tomorrow morning I will make bird’s custard, and just before the party I will top with whipped cream, and shaved…
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Por: Elvira González.
Gamuza, tejido, algodón egipcio, sábanas, telas suaves provocando roces, cadencia, sublime movilidad, seda fría, ardiente cada vez, prendas al cielo, evocando pura sensualidad al deslizarse, encontrar modo, dirección, forma, fuerza impresa, huellas profundas al alma, explorar, acariciar, asombrar, sorprender, erizar, recorrer, encontrar tesoro, explotar el punto exacto, mapa, rienda suelta, fluyen emociones, sensibilidad, sentimientos, aromas, sensaciones, química, física, espiritualmente se funden los metales, unidos…
Un grito desgarrador, al abrir los ojos emitió, reaccionando así del sueño en el que estuvo sumergida, agitada casi sin poder hablar, rompió en llanto, Joan saltó de la ducha todavía con algo de jabón en el cuerpo, apenas alcanzó a colocarse una toalla en la cintura, Madeline se le abrazó, él no lograba entender lo que decía, la rodeó con sus brazos, le repetía en forma cariñosa, era una pesadilla, le dejó serenarse, sentado junto a ella le acariciaba, más tranquila, tomó…
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Medication can often be given to a patient in a variety of ways — pills, liquid to be swallowed, injections and infusions. Typically pills or liquid to be swallowed can be administered at home, which most injections have to be done in a doctors office and most infusions at an infusion center or hospital setting. Patients have little to no control over the way to get medicine or the place. Whether medicine can be injected in a doctor’s office or hospital setting is also likely subject to a variety of agreements/contracts between so many different companies, including pharmaceutical companies, the doctors themselves, practices, hospitals, insurance companies, etc.
In short, it’s a complicated mess.
And the one person who usually doesn’t understand or know any of the issues behind all of this is the patient.
Who is the one getting and paying for the medicine.
Doesn’t seem fair at all.
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From Psalm 5:11-12: “But let all who take refuge in You rejoice; let them ever sing for joy. Spread Your protection over them, so that those who love Your name may exult in You. For You bless the righteous, O Lord; You cover them with favor as with a shield.”
Crying out to our Father
Praying, please hear our voices
Facing distress, listen O God
Standing here, our only choice
Bringing Holy Deliverance
Saving forsaken sinners
Abounding and steadfast love
Cooling sin, let it simmer
Taking a knee before God
Marking truthful paths with hope
Singing a new song, filled with joy
Walking along life’s tightrope
Knowing our thoughts, gracious God
Following His faithful love
Helping reconnect life’s dots
Rescuing from sin’s tight glove
Conductor shouts “All Aboard”
Covering us with God’s favor
Sending Grace, freely to all
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From Psalm 34:11-12: “Come, O children, listen to me; I will teach you the fear of the Lord. Which of you desires life, and covets many days to enjoy good?”
Souls crying out
Crushed in spirit
Turning to God
Comfort and hope
Hearing our cries
Brightest light calls
Finding our Rock
Coming to God
Lord calls us back
Humble and glad
Our troubles wane
Praising with joy
Faith surrounds hope
Love never fails
From Psalm 34:1-3: “I will bless the Lord at all times; His praise shall continually be in my mouth. My soul makes its boast in the Lord; let the humble hear…
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From Romans 10:12-13: “For there is no distinction between Jew and Greek; the same Lord is Lord of all and is generous to all who call Him. For, ‘Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved.'”
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Sitting here on a quiet, morning dawn
Drinking coffee, warming a drowsy mind
Passing the time with memories, all wrong
Looking for warmhearted hopes, none to find
Wishing countless troubles would go away
Thinking another day will bring some hope
Realizing now, my dreams are crushed today
Watching out the window, through a hopeless scope
Opening a Bible, found by God’s Grace
Inviting me in, His Word reaches out
Sensing a way to change life’s dismal pace
Offering a new path, without a doubt
Witnessing Christ Jesus on a cruel Cross
Accepting my Savior, no longer lost
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