Gee, Ma, why’s that man’s blood pressure so high?
I stayed away from doctors for years, but I finally had to go back when I trashed my elbow last month. And, lo, I found a wonderful doctor, someone I could trust. She was my age, and we could communicate. She knew how to use her eyes, ears, and fingertips to find out what was wrong with you. None of this computer crap.
To make a long story short, I needed to go back to her this week, but when my wife called to make the appointment, “Sorry, Dr. Hale is no longer with us.” Of she’s gone into that wild blue yonder, and here we are back to square one.
My aunt is still in the hospital. They say they’ve fixed everything, so I don’t know why she’s still there.
It’s blowing a gale-force wind outside so I can’t ride my bike.
Lord, give me strength.