Let us presume, for the sake of this column, that I only have papillary thyroid cancer stage IV, and that my years as a non small cell lung cancer patient, also stage IV, are over.
I am writing in response to the article titled “Addressing the Demands of Virtual University Classrooms ” published in your newspaper on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020.
[Election] week [was] been a big week for strengthening our democracy.
As my brother, Richard, has often said: "If the oncologist is happy, then I'm happy."
...it was first rate.
Why am I always the one ending up critiquing Michael Pope's articles.
The lines to vote early at the Springfield-Franconia Government Center were a 3-4 hour wait every day for two weeks.
What kind of world do you want to live in, a world where you have no problems or issues to fix in your community?
...to get a second opinion about one's first cancer; especially if there's now a second cancer to consider.
Maybe Joe Biden was not your preferred Democratic candidate and you would rather have supported Warren, Klobuchar, Sanders or Buttigieg.
Regarding this 2020 election… never mind that President Trump took children away from their parents at our southern border.
I am just short of 88 years of age and have voted in sixteen elections for president.
What I'm thinking about – and being thankful for, today, is the disappearance of all the side effects I've been experiencing during the last four weeks or so since I began my pill regimen for my papillary thyroid cancer treatment.
As Jackie Gleason would say as he segued from his monologue into the sketch comedy that followed on his Saturday night entertainment hour on CBS.
Not that I want to give you a blow-by-blow concerning my treatment switch over to thyroid cancer from lung cancer, but the last two columns were written four weeks ago in the same week in expectation of a weekend away, so these observations will be new-ish in that they will be hot off the press, so to speak.