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Garden Portfolio

2016 to Present My yard consists of 4,250 Sq Footage. In the back, you’ll find a corner garden, two pool-side gardens, a bird garden, bee garden, and a side patio garden where roses, liatris, lilies, and bee balm grow. In the driveway, an 82 plant Vegetable “bucket” garden spills over with tomatoes, peppers, green beans, […]

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The InVitro Experience Part #2

To understand this article, read this article first. I ended with the line ” Retrieval Day…To be continued 21 January 2019.” I miscarried that night and was rushed to the ER where they confirmed I had miscarried. Needless to say, I was too disheartened at the time to write the article. Stage #3a – Retrieval […]

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IVF Update – Day 10 AET

Day 10 AET (After Embryo Transfer) Ever feel like you’ve beaten a topic to death? That’s how undergoing IVF feels. Actually, it feels like a lot of things, but this is one thing that really isn’t addressed much. Most people don’t understand how it’s done. I mean, they know scientists and doctors are fertilizing the […]

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All Over New York

Hot enough for you? It’s 90+ here in New York and I feel like this is the first day in two weeks I’ve been able to just sit. I was in New York City last weekend for the ballet. I finally, FINALLY, saw Swan Lake performed by the American Ballet Theater at Lincoln Center. It’s […]

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The Runaway Train

I was walking the streets of New York a few weekends ago. I don’t think I’ve tripped over so many homeless. Most are men ranging from mid 20’s to 40 with handouts. I saw one woman (the only woman) in her 60’s. In wondered who abandoned this old woman that she had no kin who […]

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