Tag Archives: health

Life: It’s Been Happening

The last several weeks have been somewhat eventful. Part of my tongue went numb five weeks ago this evening, August 2. It was probably a TIA, transient ischemic attack: a stroke, the sort that doesn’t do permanent damage. As far … Continue reading

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Transient Ischemic Attack?

I’m still recovering from what happened a week ago. The excitement started late Thursday evening, August 2. A small patch on my tongue’s underside went numb, as if I’d had Novocain/procaine. I mentioned the sensation — lack of sensation, actually … Continue reading

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Being Put on Hold

Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Wisdom 1:13–15, 2:23–24 2 Corinthians 8:7, 13–15 Mark 5:21–43 No Fun When You’re Put on Hold By Deacon Lawrence N. Kaas July 1, 2018 Reverend father’s brothers and sisters in Christ. I suppose we could … Continue reading

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Job’s Friends

I could swap hard-luck stories with Job, but not for long. When it comes to misfortunes, I’m not in his league. On the other hand, looking over medical records before a recent checkup reminded me that my life hasn’t been … Continue reading

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