Wednesday, May 31, 2017

This and That--Wednesday May 31, 2017

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Introducing Dr. Cliff Krysa. Now accepting new patients for a limited time at our Edmonton Currents of Windermere location.
Book online or call (780) 306 2886 - www.imaginehealthcentres.ca

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Julie Ali
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The appointment with Dr. Krysa took more time than I anticipated. Here is Dr. Krysa at the Imagine place which I like:
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Imagine Health Centres
April 5, 2016 · 
Introducing Dr. Cliff Krysa. Now accepting new patients for a limited time at our Edmonton Currents of Windermere location.
Book online or call (780) 306 2886 - www.imaginehealthcentres.ca
Book Online
Working Together to Improve Your Health Welcome to Imagine Health Centres. Located in Edmonton and Calgary, we are a multidisciplinary medical centre staffed with medical doctors, specialists, nurses, physiotherapists and clinical…
IMAGINEHEALTHCENTRES.CA
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Mum had a X-ray and I had to wear a lead thing to hold her up while she got the chest X-rayed.
I am tuckered out now. The tea I am drinking is to revive me. Dad wants to do the grocery shopping but mum does not. I will simply let them rest and get Sue to take dad to the stores while I mummy sit here.
Hot outside like an iron coming down on the wrinkled skins of the family. The poster child for the forest -my Ohio Buckeye tree has had a baby and it is growing near the peony bushes in the front bed. The hypnotic swaying of the boulevard trees makes me feel like folding up and going for a nap.
Once dad is done grocery shopping with Sue I will think about taking mum home. It's too much trouble to move right now.
The poetry books are laid out on my bed. It's time to read other poets' music. Off to read.
When Sue gets here I might leave the books and encourage mum to have a nap on the plush sofa. Once I have a bit more energy I might even think about supper for younger boy. He still hasn't taken the learner's test yet.

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