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1. Putting in Writing What You Want (and Don’t Want).

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Early today we posted an article about health care reform by Lawrence J. Schneiderman, M.D, a Professor Emeritus at UCSD Medical School and Visiting Scholar in the Program in Medicine and Human Values at the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. His new book, Embracing Our Mortality: Hard Choices in an Age of Medical Miracles, looks at end of life decisions from both the medical and philosophical perspectives and advises on how to best make tough decisions. In the excerpt below Schneiderman emphasizes the importance of communicating your end-of-life preferences.

One of my patients, Earl Adams (not his real name), an African-American in his late seventies, was afflicted with severe Parkinsonism. Not only could he no longer play the organ for Sunday church services, he could barely move and relied on his devoted wife for even the most basic needs. She got him out of bed in the morning, helped him to the toilet, bathed him, fed him, kept him upright during the day, and returned him to bed at night. So successful was she at these tasks that whenever she brought him to see me he was always clean-shaven and meticulously dressed, complete with jacket and tie. (more…)

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2. It's Party Time!


Kari at Artsy Mama's is having an Artful Blogging party in celebration of Stampington's new Artful Blogging magazine. I'm joining Kari's party with an illustration created in my own vintage-modern style. I always love a good party and hope you'll join in the fun too! Mind if this fellow joins the party to help serve up the cake and treats~we ladies need to be pampered don't we? And for all those who have a birthday this month, Happy Birthday to you!
If you'd like to see more of my work visit my Flickr account.

Today I opened the most incredible package from the "Queen of Treasures", my Mom. I haven't even had a chance to photograph everything but I can tell you I was just squealing with delight. Vintage, antique, heirloom, you name it! Thank you so much Mom, I can hardly wait to start working with everything. In the bottom of the box was a beautiful white cotton chenille George Washington bedspread. I've already put it on the bed and it looks simply gorgeous!

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