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Savouring Time

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These two articles hit me hard recently.

One is about time, and sweetness and how life has changed for the faster and that may not be for the better:  Whatever Happened to August?

The second is also about time, but this one reflects the bittersweet headlong sensual experience that is being a parent and forever having to say goodbye: I Looked Away and She Was Gone.

They reminded me to savour it all.  I’m on holiday and dong just that. “See you” soon.

 

 

Janet   |  @janet_madsen

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Tiller and Tenacity

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Today is the anniversary of the first shooting of Dr. George Tiller, in 1993. He was targeted more than once for providing abortion care to women in Kansas. The first shot didn’t kill him, and he continued in his work as well as teaching other doctors how to do late terms abortions, a procedure that […]

Summer Reading Part 2

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A few weeks back I posted about books you might want to check out; this post I’m recommending blogs. I follow different writers and sites on sexual health, aging and health, family, and more. Hopefully you’ll find something of interest too. Dr. Jen Gunter is the Wonder Woman of gynecological education and serious social justice. […]

HPV Vaccine Fears and Facts

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I’m taking advantage of the fact that August is National Immunization Awareness Month in the US to look at the latest on the HPV vaccine. Despite its ability to prevent some very common kinds of cancer, participation in vaccine programs remains lower than governments would like. There are various reasons for this. The HPV vaccine […]

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