Author: Al Gritzmacher

Down the hatch we go!

I went for my first bronchoscopy this morning. Apparently these invasions will be a regular part of my health regime – bimonthly for the first year, tri-monthly during the second year, then as directed, such as when illness occurs. It’s

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Day … What Are We Up to Now?

And we have mobility! Another pair of those annoying chest tubes were pulled from my sides this morning. The gaps were quickly sutured up and dressed, and the results were immediately noticeable. With the new freedom to expand my ribcage,

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Delphi in Washington Post article

“Corporate America has invested heavily overseas with money they should have put in my pension,” said Michael Fredericks, a 53-year-old worker who started at the Lockport plant when he was 19

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Night Owl report

Well, the midnight shift is getting to be pretty routine. I won’t say I feel like I’m getting enough sleep, but then I wasn’t before either. But, it’s a lot easier to get up and go to work when your

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