Dear Readers:Today I have an update for you on last week's Thimble-Penised Walter Palmer Poaches Lion.I was contacted by one of Dr. Palmer's alleged friends. Her name was Peggy, and she was not happy with me. I get that a lot,…
My daughter Grace, 15, has never given her father or me any problems. She’s smart and a hard worker and except for teenage grumpiness from time to time she’s a great kid.
However, at the end of the last school year she started spending time with a new group of “popular” friends and they aren’t like her usual ones.
I was finally diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis three weeks ago.
I say “finally” because I spent years suffering from symptoms my doctor couldn’t figure out. My recent visit to a specialist resulted in the diagnosis and although I’m worried and anxious, I’m happy to finally know what’s going on with my body.
We interrupt this advice blog for breaking news. Regular advice will return tomorrow with a story about shallow people who don’t care about the feelings of others.
By now, unless you are living under a rock, you have likely heard the story of Cecil the lion, killed by American dentist Walter J. Palmer (of the Eden Prairie, Minnesota Palmers).