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When I Need a Bad Attitude-Ectomy

13 Comments 17 November 2011

Ever had a bunion? As long as you can wear sandals they’re not too tender, but try to squeeze your oversized, wide-load of a foot into boots or heels and the throbbing turns to burning pain. I know, having had one about six years ago. Dr. Gabriel, my podiatrist, possesses a surgeon’s fingers, long and […]

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I belong. To God, to Bret (my husband of 23 years), and to my precious children—Charlie, Molly & Reese.

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