May this newsletter find you in good health enjoying a joyful Easter, Passover or just a beautiful spring weekend …
And, of course, with your Medicare Insurance working properly.
Well, we thought we would be home for a while in Colorado, but while Quantz was painting window trim on Wednesday, she got a call from her dad asking if she’d head east and help him take care of her mom. Q left the next morning for South Carolina.
That’s the thing about health, it can change in a heartbeat, so it’s always important to be prepared with your paperwork: living wills, medical power of attorney, wills, and having financial paperwork in good order.
Is yours up to date? Ping me if you need a link to any of these forms and don’t wait for an emergency!
Plato was thrilled I didn’t have to leave him again. He likes being with our daughter Sus and her animals when we are out of town, but I know he is happiest at home (maybe I’m just projecting).
Did you see this news story? How disappointing to learn a glass of wine a day may not keep the doctor away.
I was talking with our neighbor Sally about this article.
Sally is an author as well as a group employer health insurance broker.
Her perspective? Like almost everything in life, the secret is moderation.
It’s always good to be reminded of that.
Thank goodness for perspective. So, I won’t be giving up wine completely. Besides, as my wife says, what’s the point of living forever if you don’t have any fun, right ?
This article on gut health reaffirmed the importance of adding fermented foods regularly to your diet.
It’s the small actions we take over a long period of time that can have positive (or negative effects on our health).
Fortunately, I love kimchi and sauerkraut, but yogurt is also a healthy alternative.
Our Air Force son seems to be settling back into his routine overseas.
While on his huge base in England, he came across a hanger which still houses some US WW II fighter planes with victories of over the Nazis, he thought it was pretty cool!
Since my wife Q is out of town, our daughter Sus and her boyfriend KC invited me to bug trivia night at the Museum of Natural History.
Free drinks (told you I wasn’t giving them up), a great bug exhibit, and we came in third.
My only contribution to the score was the German word for beetle, kafer, thank goodness I had a German dad.
Thanks to my buddy David for sending these pictures celebrating Passover with family and friends.
Is there any greater joy than the smile of a child?
That’s it for this week. Keep squeezing the juice out of life.
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