Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Old Folks Writing Letters

A couple older folks had letters in the Times- Standard today. The first one was brief and to the point:

"On the one hand medical science is helping us live longer but then on the other hand there’s no place to put us."

The second one is longer. An older couple moving because of the distance to medical services. He has to drive to the Bay Area regularly, as do I:

What happens when the day inevitably comes I cannot make that drive?

Scary stuff when it's going to happen to you.


At 9:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If people like Julie would stop bashing long enough to actually do some research, you'd understand the agenda pushing towards agenda 21. Rural people are gonners. Seniors (who share knowledge) are gonners.
Look at the maps. No roads between "communities", surrounded by "protected" government lands that used to belong to the people.
Hunger Games is more than just a fantasy movie. Perhaps the "games" are fantasy, at least we hope they are, but the communities, starvation, drones, aid drops, etc, are based off the agenda 21 plans.
Rural life as we know it, will soon be history for all, if the sheeple don't acknowledge there might be documents & warnings to heed.

At 10:01 AM, Blogger Julie Timmons said...

I wonder which Julie the writer is talking about. It couldn't be me because I've never posted on the problems of the aged. I appreciated both of the published letters. I've lost my own doctor in the past few weeks and it's hard on everyone.

At 10:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You've called people who dare share about the global events as "crazies".

At 11:46 AM, Blogger Julie Timmons said...

If you post something that I think is crazy, I'm going to say so . Get used to it.

At 12:00 PM, Blogger Fred Mangels said...

"I've lost my own doctor in the past few weeks and it's hard on everyone."

I know Connie's doctors at Eureka Internal Medicine seem to change a couple times a year or more. Like a revolving door over there.

I don't really get it. I realize they don't make as much money up here, but the cost of living is lower, too. I do understand they're overworked because of the shortage of physicians. I suspect it will likely get worse.


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